July 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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Factors Other Than Salary and Perks Motivate Our Readers to Come to Work Daily and Do Their Best
Marathon Petroleum shares what it took to build a successful fieldbus project
Wireless Now Allows Us to Expand or Extend the Network to Enable Measurements Not Previously Possible
Latest News Stories Pit Google Against the Conventional Automakers with Google Demonstrating Driverless Cars
Need for Transporting and Accurately Metering Oil, Gas Prompted Latest Developments Says Lessons Learned Columnist Béla Lipták
Consultant Sigifredo Nino, Founder and Owner of Summa Control Systems, Inc., Joins Conversation
Now You Have Option of Using Your Existing Process Historian as the Front End for a Vibration Monitoring System
Executive Editor Jim Montague Wonders About the Stillborn Security Stories That Got Away
It Comes Down to Reliability, and Simple Differences Add Up to Significant Limitations
Company Develops Product to Provide Access for Industrial Applications Via a Secure Cloud Server
Editor in Chief Paul Studebaker Looks Back 25 Years of Development of Batch Standards
Our Moderator Béla Lipták Suggests Guided-Wave Radar (GWR) is Probably the Simplest and Least Expensive Solution
Empower Your Staff So They Can Show Thoughtful, Proactive Use of Intelligent Devices, says Writer John Rezabek
Control Global Editors Search Online for Latest Online Resources, Tools About Online Pressure. Here's What They Found
Ask the Experts Moderator Béla Lipták Responds to Critique from Commercial Airline Pilot on Flying Pitot Tubes
Reader Appreciates John Rezabek's Perspective, Understanding of Technology in Fieldbus Project
Systems, Tools, Software and Other Useful Items for Safe Operation
Securing Your Own Systems is Only Part of the Job, Experts Say
LEAP Stands for "Lean Execution for Automation Projects"