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Honeywell Safety Video

Now more than ever, plant safety is on the minds of plant managers. Honeywell's integrated approach to safety and security can help keep your people, plant and the environment safe.

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Control FutureCast: Batch Automation

Where's the batch? ISA88 was the first attempt to create a manufacturing language. Walt Boyes talks about the direction ISA88 and ISA95 are taking and what the future holds for batch and hybrid manufacturing.

06/23/2008

Honeywell Voice of the Customer Goes Virtual

Honeywell's Peggy Hewitt talks with Control's Walt Boyes about www.letstalkprocesscontrol.com, Honeywell's new extension of its voice of the customer into the digital realm. This isn't replacing the Customer Advisory Boards, but extending and amplifying them. Peggy Hewitt explains in this seven minute podcast.

06/18/2008

Process Analytical Technology

In this edition of the monthly Control/ARC Podcast Series, Editor in Chief, Walt Boyes, and Executive Editor, Jim Montague, speak to ARC’s John Blanchard about market forces and technology trends affecting process analytical technology (PAT). Is it just the FDA, or are there real, valid reasons to use PAT?

06/17/2008

Honeywell Super-Hero Users

Users at Honeywell's 2008 User Group Conference describe how Honeywell’s capabilities help them improve their plants’ safety, reliability and efficiency performance.

06/16/2008

TiPS on Alarm Management

Alarm management seems to be harder than it looks. Steve Apple, from TiPS, provides some simple, yet effective guidance to alarm management in this podcast interview with Control's Editor in Chief Walt Boyes.

06/10/2008

FutureCast: Advanced Control

Advances in computing power and statistical analysis have made it possible for Control's Walt Boyes to peer into the crystal ball and see what the control strategies of the future will be.

06/09/2008

Mynah's Berutti on Simulation and Training

Martin Berutti explains how simulators can be a powerful tool for training operators.

06/01/2008

Back to the Basics: Basics of Level Measurement

We've been measuring level since the days of the Pharaohs, so why is it still so hard? Control Editor in Chief Walt Boyes talks about the basics of measuring level, and how to select the correct level technology for your applications.

05/19/2008

Asish Ghosh on Process Safety

In This Edition of the Monthly Control/ARC Podcast Series, Walt Boyes and ARC's Asish Ghosh Talk About Process Safety and Why It Seems So Hard to Accomplish, Even After Years of Trying.

05/13/2008

Control/ARC Podcast: Tom Fiske

Faking It Can Be A Good Thing. Control Executive Editor Jim Montague and ARC Senior Analyst Tom Fiske talk about the benefits of using sophisticated simulation software for plant design, control system checkout and employee training. The right simulation software can save millions of dollars, ease plant start-ups, improve plant safety and help the next generation of process operators develop their skills. Fiske says that, among other things, simulation software is the teaching tool perfectly in tune with the learning habits of the iPod and Wii generation.

04/29/2008

Waterford Township Water Treatmeant

Alexi Beck Gray Visits Waterford Township Department of Public Works and Learns How They Treat and Transport Water to Its Over Seventy-Four Thousand Residents

04/28/2008

Back to Basics: DP Flow Measurement

Walt Boyes tells it like it is in Flow Measurement: Part One-- Differential Pressure Flow Measurement, another in our Back to Basics series.

04/15/2008

Leaving a Higher Stack of Wood

Editor in Chief Walt Boyes talks about industry ethics. He reflects on how companies used to assign a mentor to train new young employees, but now this is not a common practice. If we want to leave behind a well prepared profession once we retire, we have to take the time to train these newbees ourselves. If we don't do it who will?

03/17/2008

Early Education

The process control and automation industries are loosing practical knowledge to retirement and outsourcing, and veteran engineers aren't being replaced quickly enough. Why is the U.S. not encouraging, attracting, and training the engineers it will need in the future, and what can be done about it? Control's executive editor, Jim Montague, says the magazine will explore this issue during 2008, and asks users to share their experiences and efforts to inspire junior high and elementary school students to get bitten by the engineering bug.

03/10/2008

A Willingness to Learn, Podcast

Listen to Jim Montague's March 2008 column, A Willingness to Learn

03/08/2008

Just Because They Haven’t, Doesn’t Mean They Won’t, Podcast

Listen to Walt Boyes's March 2008 column, Just Because They Haven’t, Doesn’t Mean They Won’t

03/04/2008

Our Toilets Are Not for Customers!

End users now have much more power to improve or hurt a brand image, and many automation vendors are slow to realize what this means.

03/03/2008

EAM - Is there a "there" there?

Managing editor Nancy Bartels talks about process manufacturers who are integrating EAM with SCADA or other control systems. They are taking advantage of factory floor data to optimize maintenance operations and support the transition to preventive and predictive maintenance models.

02/25/2008

Watch Your Mouth, Podcast

Listen to Jim Montague's February 2008 column, Watch Your Mouth.

02/20/2008

Calibrate This—Electronically, Podcast

Listen to Dan Hebert's February 2008 column Calibrate This—Electronically.

02/20/2008