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Jim Montague Wins ASBPE Silver Editorial Excellence Award

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Excecutive Editor Jim Montague Receives ASBPE 2008 Silver Award in Category Regular Column, Staff Written

Jim Montague Receives ASBPE Award for Editorial Excellence

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Excecutive Editor Jim Montague Receives ASBPE 2008 Silver Award in Category Regular Column, Staff Written

Jim Montague joins editorial team

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Process Automation: Jim Montague is the Executive Editor at Control, Control Design and Industrial Networking magazines. Jim has spent the last 13 years as an editor and brings a wealth of automation and controls knowledge to the position.

Just Another Variable in the Process Automation Industry

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Jim Montague Recaps Automation Tools Talked About During Automation Fair 2012. These Tools Help Industry Professionals Save Power and Compete Sustainably

Flow Everywhere

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Executive Editor Jim Montague Talks About Unusual Flow Applications. Flow Configuration and Conditioning Are Not Only Necessary in Machines, but Also in the Human Body

Challenges of Covering Cybersecurity News Beat

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Executive Editor Jim Montague Wonders About the Stillborn Security Stories That Got Away

Process Control Engineers Needed To Distribute Their Knowledge

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Advocacy is Essential to the System to Safeguard System, Develop Solutions Says Executive Editor Jim Montague in This Month's Installment of Control Report.

Automation Comes Alive Podcast

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Listen to Jim Montague's November 2007 column, Automation Comes Alive

An Editor's Education on Process Applications

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Besides learning about detailed best practices for calibrating pressure devices, Executive Editor Jim Montague was reminded of the underpinnings of not just pressure, but process applications in general.

There are advantages to one unified protocol for Ethernet

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Executive editor Jim Montague says one, unified protocol for Ethernet would be more beneficial than various networks speaking different languages

Don’t be afraid to explore new process control and automation technologies

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‘It's important to make sure that caution isn't a cover for inertia, laziness and calcification,’ writes Control’s Jim Montague

Leeway on the learning curve

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Executive Editor Jim Montague discusses the ways in which the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and other technological advancements have become intertwined. He notes that there is always room to learn more about topics we thought we already knew.

The virtual, digital, cloud and software-based world rests on Ethernet and ...

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A researching process recently took Jim Montague through the evolution of point-to-point hardwiring to fieldbuses, Ethernet, wireless and on to today's Internet protocol (IP) networks built on Ethernet, which is the foundation for all the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), cloud computing, big...

Action Figures of Summer

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Jim Montague talks about the few process control-related heroes found in the mainstream media and in less-hyped branches of literature and the fine arts.

‘Deepwater Horizon’ film likely sacrifices real safety discussion for ...

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‘I doubt the movie will examine anything similar to Béla Lipták’s technical analysis or remedies,’ says Jim Montague.

Inertia, initiative key to the future of process control

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'Control’s 2017 editorial calendar tells me I’m going to be covering all kinds of process density, do-it-yourself automation, and whether sensors and field instruments can skip PLCs and DCSs on their way to the cloud,' says Jim Montague

End user support of OPA’s efforts necessary for interoperability's success

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‘Large numbers of users are key to maintaining momentum, and they must add their voices to the call for interoperability until they become loud enough to finally make it real,’ says Jim Montague

Past successes, short-term comfort can be a barrier to initiative, long-term ...

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What's required are endlessly repeated demonstrations of value and slow chipping away, until formerly radical ideas gain enough critical mass to go mainstream, says Jim Montague

Benefiting from the Industrial Internet of Things requires understanding its ...

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Jim Montague explores the ideas of language and communication, and how those concepts apply to the all-important IIoT.

Exploring the importance of joining the Open Process Automation forum

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Not participating in OPA's effort that could free end users from proprietary control systems, and leaving the initial end users to drown in a sea of "helpful" suppliers, is really beyond cowardly, argues Jim Montague

What do process safety and the March for Science have in common?

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'There are similar forces at work against those pushing for process safety and those marching in support of science. The real power of ignorance, inertia, entropy and short-sighted, unsafe production quotas is that they don't have to do anything to accomplish their destructive goals,' says Jim ...

Intrinsic Safety Innovations

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Executive Editor Jim Montague Takes a Look at White Papers from Moore Industries International and Pepperl+Fuchs on Recent Innovations in Intrinsic Safety

Water Collection and Treatment Applications Case Studies

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Executive Editor Jim Montague Writes Two Case Studies Featuring the Water Production Dept. in Enid Ok. and Ontario-Based Windsor Utilities Commission (WUC) on Water Collection and Treatment Applications

Control Amplified: Analyzing the Top 50

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Jim Montague speaks with A.R.C. Advisory Group's Craig Resnick and Larry O'Brien to dig deeper into this year's Top 50 Global and North American Vendors report.

Control Amplified: Computing on the edge

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Peter Zornio, CTO at Emerson Automation Solutions, joins Control’s Jim Montague to talk about computing at the edge of process automation and control systems.

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