April 2013 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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ABB Offers Four Compact Flow Meters Based on Differential Pressure Technology
We Think That the Security Settings We Put In Place Online Are Safe Enough, But the Reality Is That We All Are Vulnerable to Cyber Attacks
Companies Are Doing Business Entirely Online. If You Need Something The Web Has It
Are SCADA Systems Showing Us the Future of Control System Architecture?
When Will the Government Take Cybersecurity Risks Seriously?
A Reader Writes In to Tell Us That the Users We Quoated in an Article Are Not Considering the Latest Technology Presented at an ISA International Instrumentation Seminar
Voices From the ControlGlobal Community...Our Readers Talk About PID
Flue Gas Analyzers, Gas Chromatographs, Analyzer Flow Switch/Monitors and More
Learn About the Benefits that Malisko Engineering and Gallus BioPharmaceuticals Are Seeing by Implements Virtualization Technology Such As PlantPAx, VMware ESXi and ACP ThinManager
Learn How an End User's First Use of Virtualization in a Production Environment Lead to Success
Virtualization, Thin Clients and Other Technologies Borrowed From IT Data Centers Are the Next Big Thing in Process Automation
RemoteWatch Allows Technicians to Perform Higher Value Tasks While Providing the Highest Level of Security in the History of Remote Login Technology
Can Someone Explain BP's Sealing Process to Temporary Seal the Oil Well from the BP Oil Spill in the Mexican Gulf? And, What Is the Difference Between the Orifice Calculations Described by AGA 3 and ISO 5167?
McMillan, Weiner and Darby Discuss Practical Considerations in MPC Setup, Maintenance and Improvement to Meet Economic Objectives
Flowmeters, Controllers and Their Supporting Components and Software Are Adding New Functions That Are Allowing Them to Take On Some New and Unusual Tasks and Applications
Executive Editor Jim Montague Talks About Unusual Flow Applications. Flow Configuration and Conditioning Are Not Only Necessary in Machines, but Also in the Human Body
Why Use Portable Tools? Find Out Its Benefits
Our Editors Search the Web Looking for the Best Online Resources on PLC and PAC. Here Is What They Found
If We Hide Our Controls in Field Devices, Are We More Immune From the Infections of the Higher-Level Networks?
Integrated Systems Pump Data to Feed the Search for Oil in Alberta
The TR-50.1 Architecture Navigates Through Many Protocols Without the Use of Gateways or Other Intervention by the End User
The worldwide flowmeter market has rebounded strongly, growing at double-digit rates through 2011 and 2012
The Fringe Effect Level Transducer has no moving parts, is immune to temperature change, and needs no calibration
Ted Masters is the new president and CEO of the HART Communications Foundation