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  • Security Lifestyle

    Security’s Not a One-Shot Deal, but a Lifestyle. Control Explores Its Many Aspects Across the Process Control Universe

    10/28/2008
  • Security Standards Stewpot Simmering

    Process Controls Engineers, IT Technicians, Manufacturers and End Users Have Been Left Hungry as Government Departments, Trade Organizations and Corporations Struggle to Develop and Coordinate Basic Standards for Securing Industrial Networks and Software

    10/28/2008
  • Something Old, Something New

    Users of the Two Most Measured and Most Important Variables in Process Control—Temperature and Pressure—Are Benefiting from Added Intelligence, Software and Other New Technologies, but Everything Still Depends on Good Old-Fashioned Sensors and Well-Maintained Thermocouples and Resistance Temperature Detectors

    12/22/2008
  • Sorting Out ATEX

    You Need to Know Where ATEX-Certified Products Must Be Used in Your Plants

    12/12/2008
  • The Best Gift

    For Kids, Connecting with the Larger World, Including Its Technology and Engineering, Means First Connecting with the People Closest to Them

    12/12/2008
  • The One Machine

    What Is the Value of a Telecommunications Network

    12/22/2008
  • It Looks Like Up to Me…

    The Process Industries Will Be Among the Least Affected of the Industrial Verticals by the Global Economic Meltdown

    12/12/2008
  • What Is To Be Done?

    Who’s Going to Step Up and Create A Global Infrastructure Computer Emergency Response Team?

    10/28/2008
  • What Users Need

    Data Acquisition That Is Fast, Safe and Less Costly

    10/22/2008
  • The Wireless Hype in Process Automation

    With Fuzzy Logic All of the Control Problems of the World Were to Be Easily Solved, Along with World Hunger, AIDS and Environmental Pollution.

    12/08/2008
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