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This is the 12th year that CONTROL magazine has surveyed the best in products and service in the process automation and controls industry. Find out who won this year's Readers' Choice Awards.
Fluor's Peter Moore Discusses How Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) Firms Need to Modernize Their Work Processes
Are wireless mesh networks gaining favor in real-world industrial applications or is the industry still holding back? Senior Technical Editor Rich Merritt goes looking for evidence of its current state of deployment.
It's always good to have more people and devices linked up and talking, whether it's over party lines, instant messaging, or the always-on Ethernet, wireless, cloud and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Simpler networking and the Internet in all its forms and formats are penetrating into ...
HART Is the Most Widely Used Communication Protocol in the Process Industries and the Best Choice for the Future
Though some engineers say their industries and job prospects have recovered recently, many say that their administrators main mission is to wring as much short-term cash as possible from their operations.
There is some major-league wriggling going on as participants try to avoid simply discussing whether many U.S. oil and gas producers and their supporting industries are doing their best on process safety.
The few. The proud. The women on your engineering team. CONTROL Managing Editor Nancy Bartels interviews successful women engineers working as CEOs, entrepreneurs, team leaders and industry authors.
MooreHawke, a division of Moore Industries-International, Inc., and Emerson Process Management have signed an Alliance Agreement to co-market MooreHawke fieldbus interface solutions through Emersons worldwide sales network.
Find out who won as readers broadcast their opinions on the best suppliers in the process control and automation industry in CONTROL magazine's 13th Annual Readers' Choice Awards.
This months roundup on I/O and terminal blocks demonstrates that the industry seems to be recuperating, product development money is flowing, and companies are getting competitive again.
Safety, training, productivity and efficiency are key factors for optimal operations. Thus, technologies that improve these areas are proliferating across industries. Among them, artificial intelligence (AI), virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) are gaining traction for their benefits ...
The Process Industries Have Been Faced with a Continuing Series of Refinery, Chemical Plant, Mining and Even Food Plant Disasters. These Continue to Happen with Distressing Regularity. Who's at Fault?It's the Culture, Not the Control Systems
Deciding to Use the Standard is Only the Beginning
Moore's Law and the Internet of Things Are Driving the Convergence of Embedded Controllers
Keep pressure and temperature under control with these technologies.
Controllers for Batch, Continuous Process, PID and More
Rockwell Automation Users Prevent Downtime While Saving Money, Energy and Effort
Our 2016 inductees to the Control Process Automation Hall of Fame hail from the conventionally opposite sides of the process control preparation and education kingdom: chemical engineering and electrical engineering.
Frustrated by Conventional Advanced Control Techniques, Charlie Cutler Had to Find a Better Way
Users to Gather in Houston for Day of User Presentations, Technology Workshops, Networking
Awards were presented in three categories: Sensor, Logic Solver, and Interface Module.
Trunksafe Fault-Tolerant Fieldbus System provides a cost-effective, highly reliable strategy for maintaining FOUNDATION fieldbus communications.
Oil Refinery Shutdown Caused by a Fieldbus Segment Going Down Can Cost Up to $500,000 an Hour
TS Series Trunksafe maintains continuous communication between a control system and instruments.