November 2010 Issue
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CONTROL is the only magazine exclusively dedicated to the global process automation market with a readership of 65,000 plus engineering, operations and management professionals. The publication reports on developing trends, illustrates successful applications, and updates the basic skills and knowledge base that provide the profession's foundation.
Technology Is Only as Good as the People That Use It and Interpret Its Data, so It Takes a Commitment to Training, Setup and Implementation
Your Skills Are Yours. They Go Where You Go. Time Was, "He Who Dies With the Most Toys Wins." Now "He Who Has the Most Skills Wins"
Endress+Hauser Introduces the Levelflex FMP55 Multiparameter Transmitter
Not One Incident of an Explosion Has Been Verified When a Standardized Protection Method Has Been Properly Installed and Maintained
Control's Monthly Resource Guide. This Month We Talk About Level Measurements
Looking for Information on RTU, MTU and compressor automation technologies? Ask the Experts
The Latest PLCs, PACs, Embedded Units and Other Computing Goodies
Advanced Process Control Lets a Refinery's Staff Optimize Their Isoprene Unit's Distillation Process, Balance Operating Parameters, Save Energy and Reduce Product Loss
Solar Is the Fastest Growing Power-Generation Technology in the World
What Are the Biggest Problems With Getting the Right Control Valves?
Because They Serve in the Vital Junctions of Every Process Application, Valves Get Plenty of Attention in the Form of Upgraded Designs, Improved Transmitters, Enhanced Diagnostics, Better Networking and New Safety Functions
Can Anyone Remember an Instrument Technology That Was Marketed With Such Persistence and Zeal?
This year's Invensys Operations Management (IOM) user group meeting demonstrated that the latest reinvention of Invensys has finally achieved what the company has been working on
The death of the old mega-trade shows, which attracted thousands of exhibitors and even more thousands of attendees, may have been exaggerated.