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  • PLCs becoming PACs as MRC invents new TLA

    Senior Technical Editor Rich Merritt points out that market research companies have given up predicting the demise of programmable logic controllers in this Product Roundup from CONTROL.

  • We interrupt this editorial...

    Editor in Chief Walt Boyes introduces, a new online community for process automation engineers looking for deep, actionable content that's organized and easy to find.

    Walt Boyes, Editor in Chief
  • The next President: On the record

    This Special Report from Industry Week poses manufacturing questions to presidential candidates George W. Bush and John Kerry. Here are their responses.

  • Control offshore plants from here

    Technology just might keep process control from going overseas as long as engineers, operators and techs can tune the plant, watch over day-to-day operations, and diagnose problems from here.

    Rich Merritt, Senior Technical Editor
  • On the cutting edge

    The wheels of commerce demand that you adapt to new technologies in order to do things better. Here are eight tech trends that are changing the face of process control automation and instrumentation today.

    Dan Hebert, Senior Technical Editor
  • Upsetting experiences

    Control Talk columnists Greg McMillan and Stan Weiner explain why the differential pressure measurement was straight and proffer a new Puzzler: Why did the drum-level control cause more trips?

  • Improve your project's prospects

    In order to get your valuable automation project approved, it's important to understand the criteria by which corporate financial management allocates available funds and assesses potential investments.

  • Editor's Page: What &ldquo;Focused On the Reader&rdquo; Really Means

    CONTROL has asked some highly-qualified readers to join its Editorial Advisory Board in an effort to help bring even more focused coverage of the topics the industry is most interested about. And the information it most needs to receive.

    Walt Boyes, Editor in Chief
  • AutomationXchange is a smash hit!

    CONTROL magazine's first annual exchange to bring end-users and vendors together to work on collaborative projects proved to be a big success for the automation community, prompting similar focused events to be scheduled next year.

    Walt Boyes, Editor in Chief
  • Exchange the Exchanger?

    Problem Solving Ideas: A Reader's Welded Plate Heat Exchanger has Failed Three Times in Six Years--Should They go to a Shell and Tube?

  • The Energy Internet, Part 1

    Technically Speaking: Experts Predict More Blackouts Unless the Dumb Electricity Grid Can be Transformed Into a Smart System

  • The best defense

    In the feld and on the plant floor, redundancy protects and secures critical processes.

    Dan Hebert, PE, Senior Technical Editor
  • Is Your HMI Lying to You?

    Control Report: Sometimes HMIs Fail to Tell the Entire Truth About Process Control Conditions

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