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  • 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Superior Motion Performance

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

    ABB Robotics
    03/24/2009
  • Joe Weiss Testifies!

    Our intrepid blogger, Joe Weiss, testifies before the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee. Watch what he had to say.

    03/30/2009
  • 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
  • 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
  • Rockwell's Pavilion and the Economic Melt–Down

    Walt Boyes talks to Rockwell Automation Pavilion’s marketing vice president, Don Hart about the economic melt-down, sustainable manufacturing, advanced process control, and how Pavilion is fitting into Rockwell Software.

    04/02/2009
  • 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
  • Operational and Business Readiness

    Matt Willmott discusses the top business issues process manufacturers are facing today and how an integrated main automation contractor approach can help overcome those challenges and ensure a smooth transition from project into operations.

    Honeywell
    04/08/2009
  • 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
  • Podcast with Jim Dillon of Brooks Instrument

    Walt Boyes talks with Brooks Instrument product manager Jim Dillon about an industry first-- the first variable area flow meter with Foundation fieldbus technology for networking.

    04/17/2009
  • Market Intelligence Report: Safety Instrumented Systems

    Editor in chief Walt Boyes reports and interprets Control’s latest readership survey. This time we asked our readers about their understanding and usage practices concerning safety instrumented systems. Safety is one of the most important issues facing the process industries, especially as retirement takes much of the institutional knowledge and experience from plants worldwide.

    04/27/2009
  • Value, Safety and Security of State-Based Control

    Walt Boyes talks with ABB's Dave Huffman about the value, safety and security of state-based control. Don't know what state-based control is? Then you should listen to this three part podcast and find out...

    05/19/2009
  • 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
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