Some users and experts report process safety is largely paralyzed, but some progress and innovations keep plugging along. We explore further in Control's May cover story. Read more.
The Industrial Internet of Things will not control processes without process control professionals. Read Greg and Stan's conversation with expert Sigifredo Nino in our latest installment of Control Talk. Read more.
William L. Mostia, Jr. explores how best to engineer safety instrumented systems beyond the standards to meet real-world requirements. Read more.
Joe Weiss shares his thoughts on the recent WannaCry ransomware denial-of-service attack, which prompted some end-users to shutdown their manufacturing systems. Read more.
The addition of MYNAH aims to support Emerson Automation Solutions and its Operational Certainty program, which is designed to help industrial companies achieve top performance. Read more.
Although the change has been slow, a few worthy, proven technical innovations are making their way into IS solutions and settings. Read more. Read more.
At approximately 9 a.m. on April 21, 2017, one breaker failed in PG&E’s Larkin Street substation. This one breaker in one substation brought the city of San Francisco to its knees. Read Joe Weiss' analysis. Read more.
OPA is not a standards-developing body, which means they will either have to adopt existing standards or work with another standards-developing organization such as ISA, FM, or UL to create any required documents. Read more.
Retailer's Project Gigaton initiative invites 'suppliers to join in a commitment to eliminate 1 gigaton of emissions from their operations and supply chains.' Read more.
The latest flow measurement trends, technology and implementations are detailed in this new State of Technology ebook from the editors of Control. Read more.