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  • The Many Other Ways

    Any one of us might be able to turn an insignificant idea into a competitive advantage that puts us on top.

    12/10/2007
  • The MOD Squad: Process automation at Dow

    In the first of a six-part series, a team from Dow Chemical shares its perspective and techniques for developing its own process automation and safety systems, lessons learned, and why it took the path it did.

    02/10/2006
  • The New Breed of Industrial PC

    Our goal was to provide the product capabilities of a traditional industrial computer in a small, powerful size at a price point our customers need

    02/05/2008
  • The new energy opportunity

    The changing energy landscape promises to keep process automation professionals quite busy for many years to come. Now, if we can just get that potential through to a few more idealistic adolescents…

    Keith Larson
    03/09/2007
  • The New Game in Fieldbus

    Fieldbus Reduced the Number of I/O Cards Needed at the Control Room, but It Still Requires Third-Party Power Supplies and Power Conditioners

    06/07/2010
  • The New Web

    Learn What Suggestions Bryan Singer has for Building a Reliable Ethernet Network

    01/15/2008
  • The next generation of smarter valves

    In the next decade, much improvement and change is expected in the design of smart and self-diagnosing control valves, with potential advantages outweighing the required investment of time and money.

    05/10/2005
  • The next generation of smarter valves – Part 2

    Much improvement and change is expected in the design of smart and self-diagnosing control valves, with potential advantages outweighing the required investment of time and money.

    07/10/2005
  • 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.

    10/24/2004
  • The Nuclear Mess

    Just When We Were All Getting Convinced to Let the Genie Out of the Bottle Again, We're Back Where We Were

    05/13/2011
  • The Once & Future Protocol

    HART Is the Most Widely Used Communication Protocol in the Process Industries and the Best Choice for the Future

    Control Global Staff
    09/11/2012
  • The One Machine

    What Is the Value of a Telecommunications Network

    12/22/2008
  • The One Network

    Our Intrepid ‘On the Bus’ Columnist Joins the Search for the Single Network Standard for Digitally Integrated Transmitters

    10/06/2008
  • The only evil

    There are two kinds of network security. Real and imagined, and it can be hard to tell them apart, especially if you don't know how they work and the problems they're supposed to solve.

    09/06/2006
  • The Operator's Role in Automation

    Humans Can Program Equipment, but It Is Unable to Deal With Anything the Programmers Didn't Think of or Couldn't Afford

    William M. Hawkins
    02/12/2014
  • The past, present and future of PLCs

    Famous futurist and 2005 ISA Rimbach Lecturer, Jeff Harrow, contributes to the discussion of the future of process automation and how today’s PLCs will eventually feel like the TTL logic chips of older days.

    02/10/2006
  • The Perfect Storm of Skills

    McMillan and Weiner Talk to Jack Ahlers about His Career and Why He Became Interested in Dynamics and Process Control?

    Greg McMilland, Stan Weiner
    09/12/2013
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