November 2018 Issue
It may not get all the attention lavished on the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), virtualization, cloud computing and other forms of digitalization, but none of these Johnny-come-lately phenomena would be as powerful without the wireless technologies supporting them 24/7/365 from behind the scenes. In addition, wireless can still bring in signals that can't be obtained with any other technology, or would be prohibitively costly to acquire even if other networking methods could do them.
Also in this issue are feature articles about good instrument grounding and the compliance benefits of a SCADA upgrade at a wastewater treatment facility.
Find all of this and more in the November issue of Control.
Jim Montague speaks with Emerson’s Bob Karshnia to gain greater insights into how industrial wireless is supporting the IIoT, digitalization and other new, emerging technologies
Why and how to make power and shielding connections.
Control's monthly guide brings you invaluable industry information to stay up to date on the latest trends and developments.
Why we ground, and resistance specifications.
Wireless may not get all the attention, but digitalization wouldn't be as powerful without wireless technologies supporting it 24/7/365 from behind the scenes.
Successfully implementing and supporting Foundation Fieldbus requires changes in how projects are engineered
Control air and water flows to maximize energy efficiency
Pity the fool who tries to defy the laws of physics and economics.
Instrument performs evaluations from partial strokes to full valve signatures.
ISA-84 Technical Report takes first step
Facility satisfies demand for documentation in less than a week.
Leveraging smart instruments is more than a matter of checking a few boxes.
Comparing the processes sheds light on the problem of regulating Earth's temperature.
Technical experts must be willing to reach beyond their cubicles to less well-informed colleagues in their own fields and related ones.
These workhorse modules are gaining modularity, safety, programmability and other surprising features.
The Automation Federation has defined needed competencies and a plan to gain them.
Stefan Hoppe assumes role of president and executive director.
100,000-square-foot Gulf Coast Regional Center Campus planned in Pearland, Texas; 10.4 million euros invested in Nesselwang, Germany state-of-the-art production facility
ABB will design, engineer, manufacture, and supply a complete plant electrification system for the expansion.
Schneider Electric is taking a leading role in reconceiving those process and business variables we could once only manage into ones we can now control.
Innovations uplift record-breaking 3,000 attendees at Emerson Global Users Exchange 2018 in San Antonio