January 2019 Issue
No single automation professional is expert in every one of the myriad categories of process control hardware, software and systems necessary to properly support today's plant. Where do you turn when it's time to identify a new source for one of the less familiar needs of your facility? Who do you want to consult?
How about your fellow professionals who read Control? That's who we poll to determine our annual Readers' Choice Awards.
Also in this issue are feature articles about HMI design and condition-based, predictive maintenance.
Find all of this and more in the January issue of Control.
How to design safer, more usable HMIs by being more inclusive
Wireless could meet them, if we let it.
Class 1/Div. 1, Zone 1 tablet keeps current with commercial technology thanks to collaborative partnership
End users toast the companies that provide the best in process control
I think the kids are getting ready to collect and crush my fossil-fueled cars
Keep clarifying Industry 4.0
Control's monthly guide brings you invaluable industry information to stay up to date on the latest trends and developments.
Make sure your innovation or whatever else you're doing is truly useful beyond the narrow radius of optimizing production for next month's stock analyst call.
Overcoming the effects of global warming on shipping capacity and water usage.
The whispers we are wont to ignore may be harbingers of situations we want to avoid
Both I&E and PID perspectives must meld to produce fine temperature control
Can you remotely control a liquified petroleum gas (LPG) fractionation process from a centralized control center?
Enhanced power density, operating ranges, integration, intelligence and enclosures aid motion's mission
Charter of Trust members detail multiple cybersecurity initiatives during press tour in Germany