In this 15-minute webinar, learn how to make the most of temperature measurements and how to avoid and troubleshoot the pitfalls of these vital measurements. Moderated by Jim Shields, Fluke's temperature solution professional with over 20 yeas of process control experience.
This 15-minute webinar will cover the most common pressure devices and their failures, testing pressure transmitters and switches, and testing and adjusting HART smart pressure transmitters. Easy to follow and a must-view for those looking for pressure calibration solutions.
In this podcast, Peter Reynolds, senior consultant at ARC Advisory Group, talks with Jim Montague, Control's executive editor, about advanced process control, and how to make it simpler to implement and maintain.
Tom Moser, president of Emerson Process Management's Rosemount Measurement unit, believes that instrumentation is a big part of the answer to the process industries' challenges to improve productivity, safety, efficiency and asset utilization. Control's Keith Larson talked with Moser at the 2012 Emerson Global Users Exchange in Anaheim, Calif., about the ongoing evolution of instrumentation capabilities as well as the application revolution enabled by wireless technology.
Aging workforce? Talent gap? Employee recruitment, retention, proficiency Management,...Every position in plant operations is more critical to profitability today than ever before and in the search for improved profitability, companies know that the game is won or lost each day on the front lines with highly skilled, experienced, operations teams. Inexperienced and undertrained operators are a liability, risking safety and profitability. The science of human performance management, education and industrial technology have converged to create a new solution that dramatically improves human performance and reduces "time to experience." Learn more and register now.
In this podcast, Craig Resnick at ARC Advisory Group talks with Jim Montague, Control's executive editor, about some of the economic trends swirling around the Control/ARC Top 50 Companies and the 21st annual Readers' Choice Awards, and how those trends will likely affect both control and automation suppliers and readers.
Banner Engineering can help you solve challenging factory applications or add sensing to existing industrial systems with its wireless Q45 sensors. These sensors are self-contained, wireless standard photoelectric sensor solution designed to control and monitor various applications. Watch this video and learn how you can add a single photoelectric sensor without pulling cables. See how you can create scalable, wireless sensor networks that can expand and decrease on demand.
This video explains how Coriolis flowmeters work. The Coriolis principle enables the measurement of multiple process variables such as mass flow, volume flow, density, temperature and viscosity via a single flow measurement device.
In this podcast, Dick Hill at ARC Advisory Group talks with Jim Montague, Control's executive editor, about the four new inductees in Control's Process Automation Hall of Fame for 2013, and some of the issues raised by their experiences and the challenges they see the process control field facing in the future. The four new hall-of-famers are: Peter Martin of Invensys Operations Management, Dennis Brandl of BRandL Consulting, Ian Verhappen of Industrial Automation Networks, and John MacGregor of ProSensus.
Your multimeter or ordinary scope might not be enough in harsh environments. Watch this 5-minute video and learn why it's important to use the proper scope in these types of environments. Take the ScopeMeter Oscilloscope video tour. Built to solve tough problems in harsh industrial environments, the ScopeMeter Oscilloscope even has a multimeter built in.
In this podcast, Dave Woll at ARC Advisory Group, talks with Jim Montague, Control's executive editor, about enhancing operator performance, and how prioritized data, simpler displays, human-factors-designed equipment, fatigue-reduction efforts, alarm planning and other tools can all improve situational awareness and performance.
Watch this video and learn what WirelessHART is and what you can do with it. WirelessHart is a self configuring and self healing network that can help you reduce costs and reduce downtime by preventative maintenance. Users can fit all types of transmitters into it and gain access to all data, like process values, alarms and diagnostic information.
In this video, Chuck Carter with Lee College shows off the benefits of having Control in the Field. He demonstrates how control is maintained in the system despite a complete loss of the host system. Adjustments are made to demonstrate control is still being maintained in the system. He also talks about how control within a device itself has been shown to improve set point response for tighter control. Tighter control means higher quality product and ultimately dollars to an end user.
In this video, Chuck Carter with Lee College introduces how Control in the Field (CIF) works, some basic setup concepts, making changes in the host system and parameters, and how a control engineer puts all of those into action to use CIF. CIF has proven to be a major advantage of FOUNDATION fieldbus over other fieldbuses.
In this podcast, Peter Reynolds at ARC Advisory Group talks with Jim Montague, Control's executive editor, about how IT and data center technologies have been moving into process control and automation.
Engineers, Designers, Drafters and Machinists should all have access to the Engineering Screw Chart. It includes technical information from many of the quick references that are commonly found in the work areas of industry professionals. All of this information is compiled for both Imperial (English) and Metric systems in a single screw cart. Watch this video to learn more.
This session will provide cases of how analytics for control performance improvement and advanced process control are used for optimizing the use of energy in a process plant. Often the effective use of APC and other advanced optimization tools can make the difference between a plant staying open or closing due to excessive energy costs.