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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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Listen to Keith Larson's February 2008 column, Life on the Edge of the Idea Economy.

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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

Peter Terwiesch of ABB

Editor in Chief Walt Boyes, asks Peter Terwiesch, chief technology officer for ABB, how the foreseen recession could affect industries serving automation businesses, automation vendors, and automation end-users.

02/18/2008

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

Professional Development with Dick Hill

We Have Candidates for the Hall of Fame, but for How Long?

02/14/2008

Top 10 and The Lost Companies

Editor in Chief Walt Boyes talks about the most popular articles of 2007 on ControlGlobal.com, and why we built the Directory of Lost Companies wiki.

02/11/2008

Calibration Practices

Watch This Video and Find Out What Control Learned After Surveying Its Readership About Their Calibration Practices

02/06/2008

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.

02/04/2008

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

Selling the Cool

Want kids to become automation engineers? Convince them the job is cool.

01/25/2008

Walt Boyes interviews Dan North

North Predicts a Recession. What Would the Effects Be on the Economy, and on the Process Industries?

01/22/2008

What About Wireless?

01/21/2008

Back to the Basics: PC Based Control

Re-visiting the Basics of Automation

01/18/2008

The New Web

Learn What Suggestions Bryan Singer has for Building a Reliable Ethernet Network

01/15/2008

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Walt Boyes Reports on Why There are Fewer Engineers Every Year

01/08/2008

PACs for Communications and Data Handling, Podcast

Listen to Dan Herbert's January 2008 Column, "PACs for Communications and Data Handling"

01/07/2008

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01/07/2008

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01/07/2008

Why Companies do Well?

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01/03/2008