August 2013 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.


  • How to Future-Proof Ourselves

    We Have to Stop Expecting Teachers to Be Edutainers. We Can't Do Edutainment and Expect Kids to Actually Learn Something

  • Rationalizing and Refocusing on Alarms

    Projects to Logically Renovate Alerts and Alarms in Large Applications Can Benefit from Seeing More Clearly into Their Processes with Improved HMI Tools

  • Wireless Measurements

    A Minute to Measure It: Hazardous-Area-Capable Multiplexers and I/O Bus Extenders and Modules Can Simplify Heat Exchanger Measurements, Providing a Quicker Method Than Routing a Cable for Process Monitoring and a More Reliable Method Than Portable Measurements

  • Workingman's Wireless

    More Routine Process Control Applications Are Adopting Wireless to Save Cable, Secure Added Signals, and Transfer Data from Spots Where Wire Can't Go. Here's How Veteran Users Do It Every Day

  • How to Get Wireless Up and Running

    While Each Application Has Its Own Quirks and Requirements, There Are Still Some Primary Procedures for Implementing Wireless in Any Process or Plant

  • Communication for the Ages

    We Have Four Generations in the Work Place at the Same Time Each With Different Cultures, Skills, and Expectations

  • Future-Proofing the DCS

    Invensys Used a Combination of New Innovation and Existing Technology to Deliver a Modern System, While Eliminating Constraints That Would Prevent the System From Being Updated or Built Upon