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Our January 2013 Issue is Ready. See This Year's Readers' Choice Awards Winners

In the January issue, find out our readers' favorite automation resources and suppliers in "Who Had the Nicest Ice in This Years' Readers' Choice Awards?" plus, follow along with Jim Montague as he describes the ex

Industrial Networking 2012 Q2

The benefits of cloud storage are unquestionable in commercial and personal applications, but does it make sense on the plant floor? In this issue of Industrial Networking, Senior Technical Editor Dan Hebert explores how third-party storage is being developed for manufacturing, and whether the controls and safeguards are convincing enough...

May 2012 Digital Edition

The May issue of Control addresses the question, is industrial control security a safety issue. Also included, the real reason variable-frequency drives (VFDs) are such a hard sell to many process engineers--it may not be what you think--and Hall of Fame member Greg Shinsky takes on the question of Lamba...

The March 2012 Issue is here!

Control's March issue is all about road maps. Our cover story "The Control Room of the Future - Smarter Reality" shows readers how to navigate through all the glitz and shiny new tools and applications to get to the best, most practical and functional 21st-century control room for their needs.

Control's October 2011 Issue Is Ready for Viewing

The October issue of Control begins with a view of real-world security in process automation, discussing how real companies are addressing the complex issue of securing their operations. It goes on to explore a systematic way to herd all those variable “cats” and achieve plant-wide control, how Iggesund Paperboard uses...

Control's September issue is now online and ready for viewing

Control's September cover tells how automation can cut costs through the lifecycle of a plant asset. Also read how desert-country water districts conserve this increasingly scarce resource, plus more on optimization, VFDs, Fukushima's implications, buses for final control elements, and smart I/O.

Control's June 2011 issue is now online and ready for viewing

In the June cover story we profile companies that have taken "going green" well beyond improving production efficiency and into cutting-edge sustainability programs. We also show you the results of our 2011 salary survey and analyze the reasons why you should consider Intrinsic Safety applications for your facilities.

September's Digital Issue is Now Ready #pauto #controlglobal #digitalmagazines

The September issue of Control is packed with features. We cover the breakout of simulation from the realm of design; configuration and training and into optimization, model-predictive control and other plant-floor functions. We also explore the use of wireless gauge monitoring at the Vermont Yankee nuclear power station optimizing asset...