White Papers

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  • Exchange Reporter: Highlights of the 2014 Emerson Global Users Exchange

    From inspiring keynotes to the latest system and product innovations to award-winning applications for reliability, wireless, quality and productivity, here's comprehensive coverage of the highlights of Emerson Exchange 2014, reported by the most experienced team in process control.

    Emerson Process Management
    02/11/2015
  • Safety Lifecycle Management Handbook

    Register to receive this workbook to gain a general understanding of existing industry standards and best practices for safety instrumented systems (SIS).

    Emerson Process Management
    01/07/2015
  • The Power of Integration: Embrace your Inner Grid

    This special report, focuses on the convergence of communication protocols and underlying technologies in the arenas of process automation and electrical controls, and how this convergence is allowing a growing number of industrial companies to reduce capital costs and operating expenses even as they improve overall plant reliability and energy efficiency.

    ABB
    01/05/2015
  • Operationalizing the Connected Enterprise

    This interactive pdf will give you VIP access to a virtual treasure trove of articles, industry forums, automation perspectives, process solutions, user group highlights and more.

    Control Global
    01/05/2015
  • First Principle Process Relationships

    First principle relationships can define process cause and effects that can lead to improved controller tuning and performance by the selection of better tuning rules and process variables for scheduling of tuning settings.

    Greg McMillan
    12/02/2014
  • Purge and Pressurization White Paper

    Purge and pressurization is an alternative hazardous location protection concept that allows lesser rated equipment to be used in hazardous areas by segregating the equipment from the hazardous material.

    Pentair
    11/17/2014
  • Smart Remote Connected Sites: Using Cellular Automation to Monitor and Control Assets

    Today's utilities operate in highly productive business environments that are very competitive. As such, they need to comply with stringent regulatory requirements to prevent downtime that may negatively impact customers. A slight failure of equipment can translate to immediate consequences from both a financial and safety perspective.

    Red Lion
    11/17/2014
  • Essentials of the Connected Enterprise

    This next in Control's Essentials series, "Essentials of the Connected Enterprise" provides industrial automation professionals with up-to-date information on the advances in communications and computing technology.

    Control Global
    11/10/2014
  • Don't Compromise on Your HMI

    Find out how a full featured embedded HMI for machines can improve operational agility and increase manufacturing performance with less effort. Machines delivered without a full featured HMI can cause operational issues such as lower operational agility, inability to continuously improve, decreased predictability, higher risk and increased total cost of ownership. A full featured embedded HMI can alleviate these issues by providing better information on the plant floor, along with greater connectivity and fast integration into your production system. Download the white paper to get more details on the new Wonderware solution to these problems.

    Schneider Electric
    10/28/2014
  • Harness the Future of Innovation

    From the company's pledge to renew and improve its partnership with customers to how to migrating a DCS 1,600 feet below ground, the Yokogawa Users Conference and Exhibition in Houston covered emerging technologies and trends in process control engineering, management and implementations, as well as the year's new releases and upgrades in the company's extensive product lines. Here's what happened, in a series of first-hand accounts by Control's seasoned editorial staff.

    Yokogawa
    10/28/2014
  • Refined Integration

    ABB has taken the lead in the domain of electrical integration with its award-winning Extended Automation System 800xA, enabling intelligent electrical devices to be integrated utilizing the global IEC 61850 standard for control and protection of substation equipment.

    ABB
    10/28/2014
  • Flow and Level Instrumentation

    This State of Technology Report is a compendium of the latest trends, articles, back-to-basics tutorials, application stories and product solutions recently published in the pages of Control-compiled by the Editors and all together here in one convenient eBook.

    Control
    10/27/2014
  • Measuring Molasses with a WORM

    A rigid sensor couldn't measure temperature accurately in a conventional thermowell, but a custom thermowell and a WORM RTD flexible sensor measure the molasses perfectly.

    Jayson Sorum, Moore Industries
    10/22/2014
  • Get Rid of Rigid: Get the WORM Flexible Temperature Sensor

    The WORM goes where no other temperature sensor has gone before, literally! With its flexible design, it is able to fit in places that rigid sensors can't. It provides accurate readings while being extremely easy to maintain. Read this white paper to learn how the WORM provides a "one size fits all" solution to temperature sensors that saves you time and money.

    Moore Industries
    10/22/2014
  • Defending Against the Dragonfly Cybersecurity Attack Part B – Analyzing the Malware

    The age of malware specifically targeting industrial control systems (ICS) began in 2010 when Stuxnet1 was revealed to be disrupting operations at one of Iran’s nuclear enrichment facilities. Recently, a sophisticated malware, known as Dragonfly by some and Energetic Bear by others, was discovered executing cyber espionage on industrial facilities. This white paper analyzes the Dragonfly malware campaign, looking at its targets, its methods of attacks, its results and what it means for defending operations from similar attacks with the goal of improving cyber resilience.

    Belden
    10/22/2014
  • Defending Against the Dragonfly Cybersecurity Attacks Part A - Identifying the Targets

    The age of malware specifically targeting industrial control systems (ICS) began in 2010 when Stuxnet1 was revealed to be disrupting operations at one of Iran’s nuclear enrichment facilities. Recently, a sophisticated malware, known as Dragonfly by some and Energetic Bear by others, was discovered executing cyber espionage on industrial facilities. This white paper analyzes the Dragonfly malware campaign, looking at its targets, its methods of attacks, its results and what it means for defending operations from similar attacks with the goal of improving cyber resilience.

    Belden
    10/22/2014
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