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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.
Old Habits Die Hard, Even for Automation Professionals
We Are Creatures of Habit, and We can't Get Beyond the Habits That Make Automation Accidents Happen
Your Calibration Information Headquarters
The Editors Of Control Review Online Resources About Calibration That Are Available to You at No Cost
Oil and Gas Leads Demand for Automation Pros
Oil and Gas Exploration, Drilling and Production Directly Drive Demand for Automation Professionals Worldwide
Economic Controls; Cooling Tower Optimization
Readers' Ask Our Expert, Bela Lipatk, What His Opinion Is on Keen's Approach to Debuning Economics and to Give Some Advice on the Conceptual Design of Cooling Tower Optimization
Improving Oil and Gas Well Safety
Liptak Walks Us Through Step-by-Step How Process Control Can Improve the Safety of Fracking, Off-Shore Drilling, Well Blow-Out Prevention, Drilling Ship Stability and Much More
Technology: Keep the Print
Don't ever Kill the Magazine
Wireless a Matter of Choice
End Users Get to Choose Which Protocol Meets Their Needs the Best
Get the Most Out of Your Batch
The Same Techniques Used to Get the Most Ethanol Out of a Scarce Corn Crop Can Help You Optimize Other Batch Processes
Control Loop Improvement
McMillan and Weiner Talk With Jacques Smuts About Improving Control Loops
All-You-Can-Eat Platters of Automation Products
Browsing Our Product Database Is Like Standing in Front of an Unlimited Buffet, and Someone Hands You a Big Fork, Plate and Napkin. Yummy
Safety Stories - So What?
Maybe Everyone is Doing a Great Job, and This Seemingly Unending Series of Accidents Is Just Statistics Catching Up With Us
SCADA Update Protects Potable Production
Windsor Utilities Commission Bolsters Its Water Production System With Data Tracking-and-Tracing Capabilities and Some Wireless Controls
Once-Separate Silos of Simulation Are Cross-Pollinating Into a Functional Whole From Which Users Can Pick the Elements They Need for Design, Configuration, Training and Process Optimization. Here's What the Buzz Is About
How Can Incompatible DCS and Asset Management Suppliers Get Along?
One Throat to Choke: When a Site Has an Installed Base of Incompatible DCS and Asset Management Suppliers, It May Have to Revert to the Host's Offerings
Hot and Cold Running Temperature Technology
Sensors, Transmitters, Calibrators, Controllers -- All Your Temperature Measurement Needs
Preventing Plant Shutdowns With Coal Conveying Confidence
Leland Olds Station's Lignite-Fired Power Plant Integrates Gearboxes, Efficient Motors, Pulleys and Shafting to Prevent Unplanned Downtime in Its Coal Conveyors
ISA Charters New Standards Committee on Intelligent Device Management
Group Will Work on Templates of Best Practices and Work Processes for the Effective Use of Smart Devices in the Process Industries
Saving Panel Space in Serbia
Djordje Tripkovic Can Save Some Precious Space by Implementing Four of Woehner's New Motus Contactron Control Hybrid Motor Starters
Software-Designed Instrument Sets New Benchmarks at NIWeek
National Instruments' RF Vector Signal Transceiver (VST) Represents a New Class of Software-Designed Instrumentation That Allows Engineers and Scientists to Tailor Open, Field-Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)-Based Hardware for Their Specific Needs
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