June 2015 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.
Industry should appreciate the innocence, earnestness and academic perspective of new graduates.
Workplaces will have work with academia and do some of the heavy lifting to better prepare young engineers for work
GE's Nexus control system is a fully configurable DCS that improves overall unit availability and provides simplified expansion capabilities for steam turbines and balance of plant equipment.
Bolstered by its stronger control and safety portfolio, Schneider Electric takes aim at critical customer issues
The market leader in adaptive process control improves user performance, and ensures profit gains for its customers with its new aspenONE V8.8 software and other tools.
A recent Schneider Electric presentation suggests that it might be. Or is that wishful thinking?
Using one protocol eliminates the need for gateways and their attendant communication complexities.
Model predictive control isn't always the best choice
Flying with a robot at the controls could be a tough sell; How many level gauges do you need for an accurate measurement?
New tools are available to help mine the vast quantities of useful plant information that have accumulated over the years
Advances in processors and memory make it possible to embed MPC in the DCS
The key to preventing people from being flooded in data and alarms is to route them to the right people.
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Low-power networking circuits and protocols are the glue allowing process applications to communicate and optimize. Here are some of the components they run on and enable.
How to specify valves and pumps to maximize efficiency and control
If you couldn't attend the Control System Integrators Association's (CSIA) 2015 conference held in Washington, D.C., don't worry. Our Executive Editor Jim Montague was at the conference and he reported live. Here are the top news
The market is expected to grow at a healthy 4.3% compound annual growth rate for the next five years.
Beginning in fall 2015, PIPES will teach students practical process measurement and continuous control.
Yokogawa Corp. of America appoints Daniel Duncan as president and CEO.