February 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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Our Newest Process Automation Hall of Fame Members Gaze into their Crystal Balls and Share What They See About the Future of the Industry
How to Calculate the Zero and Span Errors Caused by the Differences in Temperatures and Pressures Between Calibration and Actual
We Are Proud of the work We've Done in the Past. It Keeps Us Motivated to Keep Up the Good Work. Here Are Some Of Our Most Recent Awards
Wireless Is Used Instead of Doing Nothing at All or Doing It Manually
Online resources on power supply safety
ARC Advisory Group and Control Take the Pulse of the Process Industries and Present It to You in the Automation Index
The Kings of Control. Four Automation Leaders as Varied as the Suits in a Deck of Cards
Some level measurements are so hard as to be nearly impossible. Here's what to do.
No Deal Between ISA 100 and Wireless HART Standards. Back to the Drawing Board
Understand the Current State of Automation Markets and Read an Industry Forecast Based on Variables Such as Investment, Consumer Spending, GDP and Other Economic Indicators
Best Practices to Keep Electrodes Running at Their Best
McMillan and Weiner Talk to Mark Darby About MPC Applications, Proper Use of the Regulatory Level, Inferential Measurements, Model Development, Economic Objectives, Support and Maintenance
Industrial Network Components Merit the Same Awareness and Maintenance as the Controls Whose Data They Convey
groov Box Is an Industrially Hardened Appliance That Interfaces with Opto 22's Controls and Runs the groov Web Application
Big Screens, Small Screens, Touch Screens, Hi-Def, New Software, New Apps and More
What's the Purpose of a Coupler, Aside from Being a Handy Gadget for Landing the Segment's Trunk and Spurs?
To Know Where You Want to Go, You've Got to Know What You Already Have Before You Can Figure Out What Else You Need
The Fieldbus Foundation has released the latest version of the H1 Interoperability Test Kit (ITK) 6.1.0.
The new product solutions lowers the cost and speeds development of CC-Link-compatible field devices
Thirty-one percent of those surveyed said workforce safety was most important