December 2014 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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Enabling Faster Time to Market, Lower Total Cost of Ownership, Improved Asset Utilization and Better Enterprise Risk Management
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Managing the people actually doing the work is key to getting the most out of your system upgrades
Whatever Your Opinion of the Keystone Pipeline, You Have to Admire the Engineering
The Disparate Origins of These Protocols Mean a One-Size-Fits-All Heir Is Unlikely
For 25 Years, We've Watched in Wonder the Progress of Our Most Powerful Systems
Control Engineering Branches Out to Manage Critical Business Variables Such as Profitability, Risk, Asset Management and Cybersecurity
NAMUR and ISA Are Developing Standards and Best Practices to Help You Navigate the Flood of Data Your Instruments Can Now Generate
This Control Technique Can Eliminate the Delays, Limitations, Failures and Expense of Analyzers.
Size matters in enabling the top 50 biggest process control and automation suppliers worldwide and in North America to develop new innovations, fill gaps in their capabilities, and thrive despite volatile economic and accelerating technical changes
A Reader Finds it Very Interesting How the Idea of Process Optimization Began
According to This reader, "Process Control" Does Not Have a Sufficiently Universal Meaning
If Controllers and Field Devices Already Have Diagnostics Tool Power, Why Can't Power Supply Devices Have That Too?
Keep pressure and temperature under control with these technologies.
A new online search tool established by the Control System Integrators Association (CSIA) will improve the way plant managers, directors of operations and other industry clients find control system integration companies. to meet their automation needs.
Mynah Technologies has made a $1.5-million Mimic simulation software donation to the Missouri University of Science & Technology's Doshi Teaching Laboratory in Rolla, Missouri.