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  • Reporting Live from GE's Minds + Machines 2015

    The editors of Control were on site at both GE's fourth annual Minds + Machines event and the GE 2015 User Summit to bring you the breaking news and insights from this world class event.

    09/30/2015
  • Smart devices need standards–and volunteers

    Ian Verhappen continues his discussion on the importance of standards in the adoption of technology and the involvement of more automation professionals

    Ian Verhappen, P.Eng
    09/29/2015
  • IIoT - Where to get the most bang for the buck

    Whatever your focus, keep in mind you'll need to provide not only networks and management/reporting systems, but also training, procedures and probably some form of auditing or efficacy checking

    John Rezabek, process control specialist, ISP Corp.
    09/29/2015
  • Helping oil drilling rigs run cool and smooth

    An overview of processes and technology behind the brake monitoring part of the drilling process

    Dennis Pauls, CEO, Daptech, LLC, and Ivan Masek, president, Novotechnik U.S., Inc.
    09/09/2015
  • Product RoundUp: Controllers get loopy

    Here’s a look at the hardworking controllers that closely monitor and manage all the single, multiple, closed and open loops crucial to maintaining their process applications.

    09/02/2015
  • Wireless problems have straightforward solutions

    Applications can be technically complex, but wireless technologies are maturing and the parameters for successful installations are well defined

    Jim Montague, executive editor, Control
    09/02/2015
  • ADM converts data into information to improve operations

    Archer Daniels Midland introduces Operational Excellence program with a hierarchy of asset structures, which finds its best operating practices, and shares them among all its users and facilities.

    Paul Studebaker, chief editor, Control
    09/02/2015
  • Too many alarms or not enough?

    Eastman Chemical uses PlantState Suite to integrate, implement and enforce best practices in alarm management.

    Paul Studebaker, chief editor, Control
    09/02/2015
  • Prioritize the IoT tsunami

    How can you stem the IoT tidal wave, or at least find the few useful nuggets in it? Employ the traditional engineering skills of organization, prioritization and project management.

    Jim Montague, executive editor, Control
    08/19/2015
  • Progress in Process Safety

    A holistic perspective of process safety requires more comprehensive hazard and risk assessment methods such as process hazards analysis, mechanical integrity, safety integrity systems and emerging technologies.

    William Mostia, PE
    08/19/2015
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