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  • Defined, tailored, protected mobility

    "Mobility means different things. Within a plant, it can mean not being tied to a particular station, and being able to move around. Or, it can mean not being in a plant at all, and accessing applications via tablet PCs and mobile phones off-premises," says Matrix Technologies' Eric Lauber

  • Mobility rises above

    Spurred by the freedom granted by earlier mobility tools, many process users are further increasing their range with more diverse solutions—and even taking flight.

    Jim Montague
  • Advice on implementing ANSI/ISA standards for operator interfaces

    Bonnie Ramey, DuPont senior process control engineer and HMI expert, explores how these standards are critical for improving the performance of operators, enabling them to better do the tasks needed for abnormal conditions, operational states and production objectives.

    Greg McMillan and Stan Weiner
  • Energy efficiency tools

    The U.S. Dept. of Energy, Environmental Protection Agency, and Emerson Process Management, among others, offer a series of white papers, guides and other resources.

  • Top 10 Control articles of 2016

    From on-site coverage of TechED and new developments from ExxonMobil, to the latest in valve flow and reciprocating compressors, these were the most-read stories in 2016.

  • Simply virtualized HMI solution

    Used in the IT world for many years, virtualized HMIs solved obsolescence problems and now feed productivity at Post Consumer Brands cereal plant in Battle Creek, Michigan.

    Dave Perkon, technical editor, Control Design
  • Lifecycle the focus of Foxboro roadmap

    The Schneider Electric brand’s roadmap promises prioritized strengths and a new level of lifecycle certainty.

    Paul Studebaker, editor in chief, Control
  • Here's how SCADA provides wellhead awareness

    Pantera Energy uses Ignition HMI and KepServer communications to achieve quick ROI by improving productivity and reducing time, labor and maintenance costs

    Jim Montague, executive editor, Control
  • How process controls revive beer and history

    Kulturbraurei Heidelberg uses process automation, PLCs and HMI software to recreate traditional brewing methods and quality

    Jim Montague, executive editor, Control
  • Ignition software sparks flexible, affordable SCADA

    Users report that Inductive Automation's open-connectivity, web-based, unlimited-storage software lets them tackle multiple interface projects and integrate databases

    Jim Montague, executive editor, Controls
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