2009

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  • Superior Motion Performance

    Watch this video demonstration of the high-speed capabilities of ABB's latest robot platform.

    ABB Robotics
    03/24/2009
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Technically Speaking Podcast: Analyzers

    Listen to This Podcast. Why Can’t Someone Make an Analyzer That Works as Well and as Reliably as a Pressure, a Temperature or a Flow Transmitter?

    02/24/2009
  • How to Be a "Readers’ Choice" Company

    Control’s Keith Larson and ARC's Larry O'Brien and Wil Chin discuss the ways companies can improve their rankings in our annual Readers’ Choice poll and what end users want from those companies.

    01/29/2009
  • 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
  • Podcast: Making Dumb Instruments Smart

    Industrial plants contain millions of dumb instruments that cannot communicate to modern digital control and monitoring systems. Harry Sim, CEO of Cypress Envirosystems, claims that his company offers the lowest cost way to make these dumb instruments smart. Listen in as Control editor Dan Hebert grills Sim about just how and why his company’s products connect dumb instruments to the digital world.

    01/16/2009
  • Podcast: Open I/O Systems

    The once proprietary links between controllers and I/O are becoming ever more open - much to the benefit of process automation pros. Opto 22 was and is one of the pioneers of open I/O, and their Arun Sinha and Benson Hougland join Control’s Dan Hebert for a freewheeling discussion. Topics covered include why open I/O is good, how it is becoming more widespread, and the remaining barriers to open systems.

    01/16/2009
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