2009

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  • Alarm Management Intelligence: Special Report

    Alarm management issues have been at the core of many dangerous events and fatal accidents. Control's readers respond with their plans, beliefs and attitudes about the value of alarm management projects and processes.

    TiPS
    07/08/2009
  • Back to Basics: Basics of Data Acquisition

    Data, data, it's all about the data. Nothing makes a control system fail faster than a failure of the data acquisition system. Walt Boyes, Control's editor in chief, takes you back to the basics on data acquisition systems and software.

    01/20/2009
  • Back to Basics: Calibration

    In this edition of Control's Back to Basic video series, executive editor Jim Montague studies calibration of field instruments. Calibration is often misunderstood and sometimes misused. This error can lead to costly lawsuits. Knowing what field instrument calibration is and what the pitfalls are can save you and your plant time and money.

    10/29/2009
  • Back to Basics: Cybersecurity

    Walt Boyes talks about cybersecurity and its relationship to functional security. Today the process automation world is vulnerable to online safety disasters derived from online hacking, sabotage and/or cyber–stupidity accidents. Sometimes, these cybersecurity breaches result in human death. Watch this Back to Basics episode and learn how you can defend your security control systems from cybersecurity attacks.

    12/15/2009
  • Back to Basics: Sampling Systems

    The problem with at-line and on-line analyzers is that the analyzer is only as good as its sample. Walt Boyes gets back to the basics of sampling.

    04/17/2009
  • Back to Basics: SCADA

    What's a SCADA? Editor Walt Boyes takes you Back to Basics with Supervisory Control and Data Aquisition systems.

    08/17/2009
  • Back to Basics: Termination Technology

    One of the most common single points of failure in control systems is the wiring, and especially the connections. Here's a Back to Basics on termination technologies that will help you avoid common mistakes.

    05/27/2009
  • Best Practices for Industrial Networking, Part 1

    In "the Basics of Industrial Networking"-- a three part podcast-- Walt Boyes, Control's editor, talks with Paul Wacker, networking guru from Advantech Automation. This highly informative series of podcasts will give you the basics of modern digital networking for the industrial environment.

    03/09/2009
  • Best Practices for Industrial Networking, Part 2

    In this Part 2 of "the Basics of Industrial Networking"-- a three part podcast-- Walt Boyes, Control's editor, talks with Paul Wacker, networking guru from Advantech Automation. This highly informative series of podcasts will give you the basics of modern digital networking for the industrial environment.

    03/09/2009
  • Best Practices for Industrial Networking, Part 3

    In this Part 3 of "the Basics of Industrial Networking"-- a three part podcast-- Walt Boyes, Control's editor, talks with Paul Wacker, networking guru from Advantech Automation. This highly informative series of podcasts will give you the basics of modern digital networking for the industrial environment.

    03/09/2009
  • Blog Talk Radio Talks SCADA

    Allie Herzog from Blog Talk Radio Talks SCADA With CONTROL Magazine's Editor-In-Chief, Walt Boyes. Hear What He Has to Say

    ControlGlobal.com
    11/02/2009
  • Boyes Interviews Norm Gilsdorf, CEO of Honeywell Process Solutions

    Control's editor in chief Walt Boyes interviews Norm Gilsdorf, CEO of Honeywell Process Solutions. In the interview, Boyes asks Gilsdorf what he saw as his biggest challenges coming into the top job, especially in light of the economic situation, and whether, since Gilsdorf lives in Europe, he'd be bringing a different viewpoint to Honeywell's management. Boyes also asks what Honeywell is doing to weather the economic storm, and what they are doing to help HPS customers. Listen to this podcast and find out everything Gilsdorf told Control in this exclusive interview.

    04/01/2009
  • Building Automation and Energy Management System

    * Energy Consumption Collection of College
    * Energy Consumption Collection of Office Building
    * Energy Consumption Collection of Public Construction Building
    * Equipment Monitoring and Controlling of Factory
    * Equipment Monitoring and Controlling of Hotel
    * Equipment Monitoring and Controlling of Office Building
    * Intelligent control over community thermal systems

    Advantech
    12/07/2009
  • Daniel Measurement's New Ultrasonic Flowmeter Transducer

    Walt Boyes and Dan Hackett of Emerson's Daniel Measurement & Control Division talk about the new Daniel ultrasonic flowmeter transducer firmware/software design, which will debut at the Emerson Exchange meeting the last week of September.

    09/10/2009
  • Designing a Reliable Industrial Ethernet Network Podcast

    Listen in as Bill Rowan, the vice president of marketing and new product development for industrial Ethernet hardware supplier N-Tron, shows you how to design a more reliable Ethernet system for your manufacturing facility. Topics covered include copper wire versus fiber optics, redundant power supplies and required switch specifications.

    04/01/2009
  • Discussing the Honeywell Experion LS System

    Walt Boyes discusses the new Experion LS system with product manager Tim Sweet and talks about the difference between the new system and Honeywell's full dress Experion system, and how the new system will be marketed and sold.

    03/16/2009
  • Emerson and Meridium Double Up to Increase Asset Management Strength

    Emerson Process Management and Meridium have entered a unique partnership to deliver enhanced asset management capability to their process industry customers. In this podcast, Bonz Hart, Meridium president, and Craig Llewellyn, president of Emerson's Asset Optimization business, discuss this partnership and what users can expect from the new AMS Suite: Asset Portal 4.0 powered by Meridium.

    09/24/2009
  • How Chemical Facilities Anti-Terrorism Standards Impact Your Plant

    The Chemical Facilities Anti-Terrorism Standards establish risk-based performance requirements and compel any facility manufacturing, housing or distributing specified chemicals to complete a screening assessment. The assessment must determine level of risk, identify security vulnerabilities, and address these vulnerabilities. Listen in as Control editor Dan Hebert and Apprion vice president of marketing and customer services Stephen Lambright discuss this hot topic.

    02/24/2009
  • How Chemical Facilities' Anti-Terrorism Standards Impact Your Plant

    The chemical facilities' anti-terrorism standards establish risk-based performance requirements and compel any facility manufacturing, housing or distributing specified chemicals to complete a screening assessment. The assessment must determine level of risk, identify security vulnerabilities and address these vulnerabilities. Listen in as Control editor Dan Hebert and Apprion vice president of marketing and customer services Stephen Lambright discuss this hot topic.

    Apprion
    04/08/2009
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