March 2019 Issue
We all have stories of power supplies and the consequences of not getting something right
Adding loads should raise questions about the roles of loop power supplies
Data analytics programs optimize water injection completions, and produce huge savings at two oil and gas extraction applications.
We baby boomers can and will clean up after ourselves.
The Open Process Automation Forum defines the future with its Open Process Automation Standard
Control's monthly guide brings you invaluable industry information to stay up to date on the latest trends and developments.
Operator interface combines aesthetic design with advanced multi-touch technology that can react to gestures and provide the familiar navigation tools of smart phones and tablet PCs.
Readers respond to February's On the Bus, and January's Develop Your Potential columns
pH control presents the ultimate cast for merging I&E and PID perspectives
Keep an eye peeled for snags in your own experiences, and begin to trace their causes, context and solutions
Valve anatomy, data sheets and problems were covered at the ISA Will-DuPage chapter meeting in January
Wireless system delivers versatile, secure communications in minutes
Hydrostatic and head pressures can lead to confusion
PLCs, PACs and PCs stay focused bread-and-butter control, even as they add IIoT, Industry 4.0, cloud and other digitalized bells and whistles
We're creating the means of our own destruction, unless we stay in control
A conversation with Nicole Lauther of Siemens USA
Sellout event includes 950 attendees from 20 countries, who took in more than 60 conference sessions in six tracks
Agreement allows use of FieldComm specifications in the OPAF's upcoming Open Process Automation Standard (O-PAS)
Company investments in infrastructure, data-driven services and applications, where software combines sensor data with other sources of information