April 2010 Issue
CONTROL is the only magazine exclusively dedicated to the global process automation market with a readership of 65,000 plus engineering, operations and management professionals. The publication reports on developing trends, illustrates successful applications, and updates the basic skills and knowledge base that provide the profession's foundation.
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Bringing the Benefits of Distributed Control to Non-Traditional Industries Can Be Both Tricky and Lucrative
How to Run Level Control Loop Experiments Successfully, Even After Encountering Controller Performance Issues After Changing Control Mode?
Toyota Is Simply Not Bulletproof as Advertised. We, as All Auto Makers, Aren't Willing to Pay Enough for Failures Not to Happen
More Chat with Randy Reiss, Who Helped Develop a Data Analytics System for Batch Processes for the New Opportunities Created by the Federal Drug Administration's Process Analytical Technology (PAT) Initiative
Can an Automation Engineer Control the Economy? What Kind of Basic Training in Instrumentation Is Available?
All the Future Engineers Are Already Out There - Bubbling and Exploding with Ideas and Enthusiasm
You may gain impressive benefits in alarm system performance.
This Month, Covering Process Analyzers
If You Allow Yourself to Be Dour, Defeated and Critical of Your Selected System, You Could Be Headed for Disaster
Current RTUs Are Getting Old. There Is the Need for Upgrades That Would Work with Legacy Systems
A Weakness in Security Creates Increased Risk, Which in Turn Creates a Decrease in Safety, so Safety and Security Are Directly Proportional, but Are Both Inversely Proportional to Risk
Sustainability Includes Making the Water Distribution System More Efficient
The MACTek Bullet, a WirelessHART Adapter and Universal Communication Device, Will Ship with New Features to Help Process Manufacturers Get the Most Out of Their Wired HART and Legacy Analog Devices
Today, Wireless Tools and Applications Are Not Science Fiction. Our Devices Might Not Be as Advanced as Those Portrayed in Movies, but They Aren't Too Far Behind
Wireless Workers Are Already Roaming Around Process Plants Worldwide. Might Your Facility Be Next?
Opto 22 Introduces SNAP PAC Redundancy Option Kit
New InFusion Release Consolidates IOM Integration; Shifts Focus from Enterprise to Real-Time Business Management
Invensys Is a Technology-Led Outfit Company Providing Its Customers with Advice and Answers to Their Problems Rather Than Being Driven to Sell Products
The long running saga of the ISA 100.11a wireless standard took a further intriguing turn in Orlando, Florida
Cooper Wireless, which brings together Cooper's Canadian acquisition Omnex Controls and Elpro Technologies
Some Impression of How the Recession Has Impacted the Automation Industry Is Beginning to Emerge
Shell Extends Concept of Main Automation Contractor (MAC)
The Measurement, Control & Automation Association (MCAA) Opened the Virtual Doors of the MCAA eUniversity
Brooks Instrument Opens New Production Line for Its Pressure Gauge Product Family
NSF International Announces New Strategic Partnership