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  • Talk to the Corner Office

    Editor in chief Walt Boyes gives a ringing call to "Talk to the Corner Office" in a video speech about cybersecurity.

    08/16/2007
  • Talking about talking

    Columnists Greg McMillan and Stan Weiner, PE, bring their wits and more than 70 years of process control experience to bear on your questions, comments and problems in this month’s installment of Control Talk.

    12/15/2006
  • Talking alarm management with Eddie Habibi

    PAS founder and CEO Eddie Habibi discusses ways to improve your alarm management system. Habibi’s newly released book fills a void in an area within the process industries that has been kept under wraps until now.

    06/08/2006
  • Talking MOLA with Thermo's David Faulkner

    Walt Boyes revisits his old career at Texas Nuclear as he talks MOLA (moisture online analyzer) with David Faulkner, product manager with Thermo Electron Corp., the successor to the old Texas Nuclear.

    06/29/2006
  • Talking to the Boss

    Listen to this podcast and learn what Steve Huffman and Patrick Gouhin had to say to Congress in behalf of the many automation professionals.

    09/12/2007
  • Technical reference series on measurement and control

    ControlGlobal.com has partnered with Omega Engineering to make the Transactions in Measurement and Control technical reference series available for free download. Add Volume I: Non-contact Temperature Measurement to your reference shelf and watch this spot to download future editions of this popular educational series.

    12/20/2004
  • Technically speaking: Will standards mesh?

    Reliability, scalability and mobility are the trump cards of wireless mesh networks and should result in triumph over other wireless topologies, according to Senior Technical Editor Dan Hebert, PE.

    10/24/2004
  • Technocrats take the '318 patent to task

    In this DigitalField Insider web exclusive, Managing Editor Steve Kuehn reports on the Solaia patent case and how it continues to weave its costly way through the courts and U.S. industry.

    02/01/2005
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