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Patch Management Service Streamlines System Maintenance at Eli Lilly

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Patching Is Not Everyone's Favorite Job. You're Always Trying to Find the Next Hole and Plug It

Flowmeter Boosts Solvent Recovery

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Improved Measurement Accuracy Delivers Better Control and Savings

Innovation, best practices and optimization

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Matrikon’s Alarm Mik Marvan concluded the session on alarm management at the Matrikon Summit 2007 showing how Matrikon’s Alarm Management System can help companies implement best practices.

The Gaming of Modeling and Simulation

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Tomorrow’s Control Engineers Are Playing Today’s Computer Games, with Their Realistic Simulations. Will Tomorrow’s Process Simulators and Modeling Software Adopt Game Technology?

Alliance Brings PAT Solution to Life Sciences

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Emerson's PAT Solution for Life Sciences Companies Integrates synTQ Functionality with Syncade and DeltaV Capabilities

WBF and MCAA Meet In the Chicago Suburbs

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Non-Incendive Approach Fits Class I, Division 2 Needs

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Advantage of the Non-Incendive Approach

Novel Approach Enhances Control System Upgrade

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Measures to Mock-Up Wiring and Limit Project Scope While Incorporating Operational Improvements Provided Significant Benefits

Knights of the pharma industry roundtable

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The PAT Initiative is much more than using process analyzers in pharmaceuticals processes. It is about gaining true understanding of the mechanisms that drive the process and their robustness.

What happens at PAR, stays at PAR

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CONTROL columnist Terry K. McMahon reports on the 11th Pharmaceuticals Automation Roundtable, including staying focused on simple logic that adds value, and continuing development of automation personnel.

Is PAT a Silver Bullet?

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Ready to Kill Some Werewolves? Process Analytical Technologies (PAT) Are Beginning to Inject Quality-by-Design (QbD), Model-Predictive Control, Risk Management and Other Well-Known Process Control Methods into Long-Resistant Pharmaceutical Applications

The education of future automation engineers is lacking mentors

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Students going from the university classroom into the control room are faced with considerable challenges in translating four years of intense education into practical industrial applications. Today, there are fewer experienced people in the industry and they have less time to provide new ...

Rockwell Automation Shows Its Process Know-How

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Sustainability and Globalization, Productivity and Innovation Are Key Industry Drivers

PITTCON/2005: Good meeting, bad place

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Around the Loop columnist Terrence K. McMahon reports on the 56th Pittsburgh Conference on Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy, along with its companion Exhibit of Modern Laboratory Equipment (PITTCON/2005).

New book explains Process Analytical Technology

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Process Automation: Around the Loop columnist Terry K. McMahon reviews this new work which compiles tutorials and offers hard experience in implementing process analyzers by a distinguished panel of experts.

Ingenuity Ingredients? Think Differently, Speak Up, Take Risks

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Dave Beckmann Challenged Emerson Exchange Attendees to Be Passionate and Think Differently

2010 Process Automation Hall of Fame

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The Process Automation Hall of Fame Adds Four New Luminaries

Patent infringement case remains a tangled web

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In the April issue of CONTROL magazine, Managing Editor Steve Kuehn reports on how Solaia may have finally met its match now that it has faced off against Rockwell Automation in a U.S. patent court case.

Goodbye, Orlando. San Antonio, Here We Come!

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Mark Your Calendars for Next Year's Emerson Exchange

Occidental Overcomes Rough Terrain by Automating 200 Wells with Wireless

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Occidental Petroleum Talks About the Performance of its Emerson Smart Wireless Instrument Network in a Remote North Dakota Oil Field

Location-based control adds interesting capabilities for mobile personnel

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With existing applications ranging from self-driving cars to apps that serve coupons when you're facing a particular store shelf, how can anyone patent location-based control?

FDA's Analytical Initiative Gathers Steam

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Microsoft Windows patch management driving inefficiency, lost production

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Nebulous mechanisms for security patches requiring increased man-hours

Iconics introduces GENESIS64 64-bit automation software platform

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More than three hundred Iconics customers, partners and integrators from around the world descended upon the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center on the Boston waterfront for several days early last month for the company’s 2008 Global Customer Summit. At the conference, the company introduced its...

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