Articles

3261-3280 of 4265 < first | | | last >
  • Outsourcing to the Rescue?

    Farming out parts of your operation can save time and money and fill necessary skills gaps, but it's not a cure-all.

    Nancy Bartels
    07/01/2007
  • Automation Minute

    Control Editor in Chief Walt Boyes says suppliers who aren't thinking about new ways to work with their end users risk being steam rolled over by those that do.

    06/30/2007
  • Maintaining a competitive edge

    WBF gives a leg up to manufacturers looking to take advantage of the automation/information nexus.

    Lynn Craig
    06/29/2007
  • How to diffuse a demographic bomb

    CONTROL Managing Editor Nancy Bartles tackles one of the biggest challenges the engineering field will face over the next few decades. The demographic bomb the process control industry is living with, with very few candidates in the pipeline to take the place of those contemplating retirement. Manufacturers need to take action to diffuse the bomb starting now -- earlier would be even better!

    06/27/2007
  • Users get an early look at WirelessHART

    At the May 2007 SP100 meeting, Executive Director Ron Helson and Chief Engineer Wally Pratt of the HART Communication Foundation gave a detailed presentation to the committee on WirelessHART. For the first time in a completely public forum, we are pleased to provide this same presentation. This is the straight scoop, without any FUD, straight from the source.

    06/20/2007
  • Highlights from the 2007 HUG Symposium

    Our E-Show Daily coverage of this year's event in Phoenix includes reports on the presentations, case studies and panel discussions given during the technical conference for industry professionals.

    06/14/2007
  • Dramatic efficiency, quality improvements for Canadian papermaker

    This videocast from the Process Automation Media Network shows how Catalyst's Elk Falls integrated paper mill on Vancouver Island in British Columbia uses advanced control and optimization techniques to eke out multimillion savings while simultaneously improving product quality.

    06/13/2007
  • Cyber security interview with Kevin Staggs

    Honeywell global security architect Kevin Staggs sits down with CONTROL Editor in Chief Walt Boyes to discuss the changing process control security landscape.

    06/13/2007
  • Shootout at the Wireless Corral

    In this audio podcast for the Process Automation Media Network, Dave Kaufman of Honeywell and Jose Guittierez of Emerson put their guns on the table to talk wireless with CONTROL's Walt Boyes.

    06/12/2007
  • ALON USA boosts process safety, efficiency

    This six-minute videocast shows how ALON USA’s Big Springs refinery is taking advantage of the latest Honeywell technologies—including wireless, integrated safety, efficiency and asset reliability.

    06/12/2007
  • Process safety on the plant floor

    Executive Editor Jim Montague tackles the topic of process safety and found that, although everybody may want to operate safely, few if any people want to talk openly and specifically about it.

    06/12/2007
  • Videocast: OneWireless solutions

    This brief video shows how companies such as Nucor Steel already are using OneWireless architecture to satisfy application needs in the most demanding of process environments.

    06/11/2007
  • Live blog from Honeywell's 2007 Users' Group Americas event

    The editors of CONTROL report on the presentations, case studies, panel discussions, demonstrations and networking events at this year’s technology conference for industry executives, process control engineers and other professionals being held this week in Phoenix.

    06/11/2007
  • Bolick outlines vision for Honeywell faithful

    Amid sound, lights and patter from a semi-virtual emcee, Honeywell Process Systems President Jack Bolick opened the 32nd annual U.S. User Group meeting in Phoenix by outlining company plans.

    06/11/2007
3261-3280 of 4265 < first | | | last >