41-60 of 273 < first | | | last >
  • Tips for Identifying Counterfeits

    To help users identify counterfeit devices, the alliance between U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and American Council of Independent Labs (ACIL) has drafted several recommendations. These tips include looking for and inspecting certification marks, checking for inferior packaging and/or missing parts or product information, and only buying from suppliers who are well known to you.

  • Three Steps to Sizing Your Motor and Drive

    Learn the three steps around application requirements, sizing the motor and then selecting the drive. Why is torque so important? What is the difference between variable and constant?

  • There's A New Sheriff in Town. Should Manufacturers Be Scared?

    The Obama administration has begun a number of new initiatives around energy sustainability that seem aimed directly at manufacturers. Walt Boyes talks with John Nesi and Angel Sustaeta of Rockwell Automation about the implication of these initiatives for process manufacturing operations.

  • The Straight Scoop on Stuxnet

    Stuxnet, the scary new virus in town, may make you want to rethink your control system security. Control's managing editor, Nancy Bartels, and ARC's Bob Mick sort out the hype, hysteria and hoop-la and get to the nitty gritty of what this computer worm, aimed directly at control systems, means for your cybersecurity plans.

  • The Power to Perform: Experience Honeywell User Group 2008

    Featuring the latest in multimedia and animation technology, this special report from the Honeywell User Group Americas Symposium includes more than 20 articles and presentations as well as eight streaming videos and audio podcasts--many of which have never before been published. Witness Honeywell's latest technology roadmaps and learn best practices from expert users on topics ranging from alarm management to wireless.

  • The Internet of Things

    Walt Boyes interviews Advantech eAutomation Product Manager Mark Lochhaas about the coming interconnectivity of everything, and what it means for the way we do automation. Approx. 20 minutes.

  • The Foxboro Evo Maintenance Response Center

    Instruments -- as well as the technicians who work with them -- are foundational to the Invensys "enlightened plant" vision. In this video booth tour from the 2013 Invensys Foxboro & Triconex Client Conference, Scott Hill and Rogier van Dijk demonstrate the capabilities of the company's Foxboro Evo Maintenance Response Center, including "plain text" device error messages designed to make technicians far more productive in their routine troubleshooting tasks. Watch the video.

  • The exiderdome’s Global Tour

    Before arriving in Chicago, exiderdome toured much of Asia and continues to work its way eastward. In this three-minute video see highlights of its past two years of touring, plus how it all comes together from 55 individual shipping containers.

  • The Engineering Screw Chart

    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.

  • The Asset Management and Sustainability Connection

    "Sustainability" may be the Buzz Word of the Year. But it turns out that it also has great potential to be a real money saver for your operation, especially if you focus on the energy potential savings that accrue from using asset management and maintenance best practices. In this podcast, Ralph Rio, Research Director, Enterprise Software, at ARC Advisory Group, talks with Nancy Bartels, Control's managing editor, about the sustainability/enterprise asset management (EAM) connection and how it can impact both your operations and your maintenance departments -- and your bottom line.

    ARC Advisory Group
  • 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?

  • Sustainability in the Process Industries

    Control's digital managing Web Editor Katherine Bonfante, talks to ARC's Vice President Greg Gorbach on sustainability. What is sustainability? What factors influence sustainability efforts in the process industries?

  • Superior Motion Performance

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

    ABB Robotics
41-60 of 273 < first | | | last >