Control's editors weigh in with timely insights and tidbits on goings-on in the process automation world, mostly news and technology but also interesting perspectives gleaned from our daily conversations with end users and the challenges of the craft.
Rosemount's venerable RS3 DCS and the even more venerable PROVOX system originally designed for Monsanto by (its then wholly owned subsidiary) Fisher Controls were formally retired last night at a party thrown by Emerson Process Management at Emerson Exchange.
It took seven years and significant skull sweat but Micro Motion has managed a very difficult integration project, rationalizing the Solartron Mowbray vibrating tube density and viscosity meters and integrating them into the Micro Motion production and sales program.
Engineers and scientists at CERN, home of the Large Hadron Collider, the Higgs Boson (the God particle), and the World Wide Web aren't always known for being really, really funny guys and gals. Tonight they plan on changing that.