November 2012 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.
Giant Swedish Mine Counts on an Integrated EAM System to Make Fault Reporting and Predictive Maintenance Easier
Smaller Companies Can't Afford to Implement the Systems and Support Structures Necessary to Use Smart Manufacturing Technologies
Don't Believe Everything You Read on the Web, But Do Trust Everything You Read Here
To Identify Estimates of Equipment Failure Rates, You Must Calculate the Probability of Failure on Demand
What's APC and What's Just a Collection of Clever Programming Blocks?
End Users and Suppliers Agree: Advanced Process Control Is a Powerful and Effective Tool, but Implementation and Maintenance Need to Be Simplified
Recent Advances Have Reduced the Cost and Complexity of Implementation and Maintenance, Making APC a Viable Option
Enterprise Products Plans to Have APC Running All of Their Major Facilities in the Future. Learn How They'll Accomplish This
Vendors' Powerful Programming Environments When Mixed With Good Engineering Principles Can Yield Excellent Results
MPC Is Not Designed for Abnormal Situations. Process Knowledge Is Still Mandatory for Operators
Check Out Control's Monthly Resource Guide. This Month We Cover Level Measurement Devices
How Can We Improve the Safety of the Pipelining Industry? See What Our Experts Say
Beware the Disguised Positioner
When Do You Need to Move Beyond PID Control?
Automation in the Refinery of Today It's Not Business as Usual
What You Need When You Need the Machinery to Think and Do the Job
The GX and GP Products Are the First of a New SmartDAC+ Product Family
ABB Reported Steady Orders and Higher Revenues in the Third Quarter of 2012
Ametek, Inc. Acquired Micro-Poise Measurement Systems for $170 Million
ARC Advisory Group Sayas the Second Quarter of 2012 Saw a Paltry 2.7% Growth in Supplier Revenues
Invensys Acquires Spiral Software Strengthening Their Leadership Position in the Hydrocarbon Processing Industry
The Profibus Market Expected to Grow in 2012 to Reach 44 million