May 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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Technology is Now Developing So Fast It's Almost Impossible to Get Through a Day Without Having Your Socks Knocked Off
Helpful If Readers Could Get Better Information Than What's Listed in The Last "Control Update" Under: "Cascade Control Recommendation Tips" in Greg McMillan's "Control Talk" Blog
Online, Real-Time Multiphase Measurements Improve Safety of Oil and Gas Production
End Users' EPC Firms Lack In-House Expertise, But Also Oppose the Idea of Fieldbus .
Wireless Delivers Signals That Can’t Be Secured Any Other Way
Trust with Verification is Necessary
What's Happening in the Process Control Field
Giant Tradeshow Draws More Than 180,000 Visitors from 100 Countries
More Than 1,200 Process Automation Professionals From 44 Countries Gathered in April
A Major New Release Described As "The Most Important Migration Product We've Ever Released"
Not Doing At Least a Reference Check on a Regular Basis is a Bad Idea
PCs with HMI Software Can Work As Plant's Sole Data Collection Tool
Country Maid Learns How Process Information Helps Bake Break
First 25 Years Document Progress of Calibration From Its Own Department to an Increasingly Automated Function
Advocacy is Essential to the System to Safeguard System, Develop Solutions Says Executive Editor Jim Montague in This Month's Installment of Control Report.
Information Management: Building Information Systems are Revolutionizing How Industry Manages Equipment Data
Companies Now Shifting Approach, Supported by Capabilities Convergence
Our Experts Debate and Discuss the Pros and Cons of Two Flowmeters
Our Editors Mine the Web for the Latest Resources on Actuators, Positioners. Here's What They Unearthed.
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