March 2016 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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Varied understandings of accuracy, calibration and rangeability show why there should be an international standard that defines a uniform basis for stating measurement accuracy on sales literature.
Familiarity with SIS starts with an understanding of reliability, redundancy, integrity levels and testing.
Documents are in development to define general requirements, batteries and energy harvesting that allow for use of C- and D-cells.
ExxonMobil's choice of Lockheed Martin to help specify its next generation automation system is fueled by frustration.
Compact size and clever design of resistance temperature detectors improve OEE in sterilization applications.
Bela Liptak and his crew tell how to resolve difficulties with measuring column differential pressure and flows of flare and natural gas.
Do you need a course refresher on power supplies? We have you covered.
Vendor News: Who's acquiring who and what new offerings are there for process automation professionals?
HMS acquires Belgium-based eWon SA, ABB signs three-year contract with Canada-based Goldcorp, Honeywell and Palo Alto Networks release new cybersecurity offering and much more.
To spark more innovation, openness and security in distributed control systems (DCSs), ExxonMobil Research and Engineering Co. (EMRE) has awarded Lockheed Martin a contract to serve as the systems integrator in early-stage development of a next-generation, open and secure automation system for process industries.
Manufacturers continue to drive economic growth in the U.S. Manufacturing is leading an innovation revolution that will win jobs for America, raise standards of living and restore our nation’s standing around the world.
ARC unveiled an array of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) programs, products and services
These solutions merge operational technology (OT) with information technology (IT) in enterprise architectures, supporting the next step in how plants will use IIoT.
BP and Schneider Electric Software have signed a global licensing agreement for Schneider's Spiral Suite software that includes its planning and supply and distribution optimization modules.