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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

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

Expandiendo nuestra cobertura

Katherine Bonfante, editora digital de Control, explica como los recursos que ofrece el internet expanded la cobertura de la revista.

08/21/2007

Expanding our coverage on print and online

Katherine Bonfante, digital editor of Control Magazine, talks about how Control's online resources have expanded the depth coverage of the print magazine.

08/21/2007

Finesse introduces new bioreactor control OS

Walt Boyes talks with Larry West, executive vice president of California-based Finesse, LLC. Boyes and West discuss the introduction of TruBio, the first truly open configurable bioreactor control OS.

08/14/2006

Fonterra Dairies of New Zealand

Walt Boyes Interviews Alice Baucke, the Advanced Process Control Team Lead of Fonterra Dairies of New Zealand and Asks How They Collect and Use Data from Their 25 Different Control Systems

08/14/2007

Foundation fieldbus – Working today, preparing for tomorrow

This presentation, offered as an exclusive podcast for the Process Automation Radio Network, explains how fieldbus is being used today in process automation applications, how it will be used in the future, and how the unique requirements of different projects are being met.

02/27/2007

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

Going wireless at the plant

Lost Pines Power Park becomes a giant wi-fi plant

09/11/2007

Having A Career in Process Automation

Editor in Chief Walt Boyes talks with the 2008 inductees into the Process Automation Hall of Fame Vernon Trevathan, William M. Hawkins and Dale E Seborg. They talk about what it takes to have career in process automation.

02/03/2008

Hesh Kagan talks on wireless

Hesh Kagan sat down to talk wireless with editor in chief Walt Boyes.

07/16/2007

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

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

How End-Users Want To Be Sold To

Learn how to create customer focus organizations and meet challenges/opportunities of the 21st century.

11/13/2007

How to diffuse a demographic bomb

CONTROL Managing Editor Nancy Bartles tackles one of the biggest challenges the engineering field will face over the next few decades. The demographic bomb the process control industry is living with, with very few candidates in the pipeline to take the place of those contemplating retirement. Manufacturers need to take action to diffuse the bomb starting now -- earlier would be even better!

06/27/2007

ISA Manufacturing Standards

08/28/2007

Industrial PC

Control's executive editor, Jim Montague, tries to answer some questions about the changing nature of industrial PCs and asks for readers to contribute their thoughts as well. Many industrial PCs no longer need the keyboard and screens of the past and can run in headless configurations on DIN rails, on boards and in chips. So how is it possible to define, write about and use them? Are the enclosure-based PCs of the past still useful? All these questions prompted a variety of answers.

02/18/2008

Interview with AquaSenors' President Bruce Bathurst

In another in ControlGlobal.com's series of podcast interviews, CONTROL Editor in Chief, Walt Boyes, interviews Bruce Bathurst about the company’s unique and innovative series of all-digital, fieldbus-equipped wet chemistry parametric sensors.

04/27/2006

Interview with Transpara Inc.'s Michael Saucier

In this week's featured Podcast for the Process Automation Radio Network, CONTROL Editor in Chief, Walt Boyes, interviews founder and CEO of Transpara Inc., Michael Saucier, on the company’s first new product: a Visual KPI software application that delivers rich scorecard data and trends to mobile devices.

06/06/2006

Into the lion's den: Tata's interest in the U.S process automation market

Krishnakumar Nagarajan, head of plant automation solutions for the Engineering and Industrial Services practice of Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), explains his company’s interest in penetrating the process automation market in the United States.

10/09/2006