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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.

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.

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

Oh the humanity!

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In this installment of Control Report, Executive Editor Jim Montague finds the process control and automation field is awash in irony, unexpected twists and tragic comedies that would make O. Henry proud.

Workforce round table with Putman editors

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A roundtable of Putman Media editors discuss workforce trends and challenges in their respective industries. You’ll hear from Jim Montague, executive editor of Control magazine and ControlGlobal.com; Pan Demetrakakes, senior editor of Food Processing magazine and FoodProcessing.com; and Christine...

Bean Control Engineers Needed

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There Are Too Many Parasites Waiting to Steal Working People’s Money, and Executive Editor Jim Montague Thinks Engineers Could Protect Them from Financial Worst Practices

Seeing deeply into process control technologies

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Executive Editor Jim Montague finds that even if there’s nothing new under the sun, what’s truly new may be a deeper understanding and appreciation of what we thought was so familiar.

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.

Control Amplified: Shining light on industrial wireless

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Control’s executive editor Jim Montague speaks with Emerson’s Bob Karshnia, vice president and general manager of the wireless division at Emerson Automation Solutions, to gain greater insights into how industrial wireless is supporting the Industrial Internet of Things, digitalization and other ...

Control Amplified: Exploring historians & data analytics

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In this episode of the Control Amplified podcast, Will Aja, customer operations VP at Panacea Technologies Inc., a CSIA-member system integrator in Montgomeryville, Pa., talks with Jim Montague, Control’s executive editor, about the "modern historian" in process automation and control ...

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

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

Modern data analytics explained by Seeq VP

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Michael Risse, VP and CMO at Seeq, talks with Jim Montague, Control’s executive editor, about data analytics in process automation and control.

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.

Blood and guts

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Executive Editor Jim Montague notes that taking a closer look at biological processes can help adapt or improve existing process controls and systems. Read why in this month's installment of Control Report.

Is automation in your future?

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Is automation really a profession? As HMIs and historians fade into the fabric of manufacturing, what has automation done for us lately? Executive Editor Jim Montague muses in this month’s Control Report.

Challenges of Covering Cybersecurity News Beat

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

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

Seeds with teeth!

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Senior Tech Editor Jim Montague muses that maybe it's time to think up some new incentive programs for individuals and teams to make more and better innovations in process control applications.

Use your own head

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Executive Editor Jim Montague implores us to think and act like a reporter, don’t trust opinions (including mine and yours), remember to take all stories with a grain of salt, and of course, don't despair.

Carving Up Security...More Online Resources

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Executive editor Jim Montague Gathers for You Additional Online Security Resources. Check Them Out

OPC is on the rise in process control

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In this Automation Minute videocast, CONTROL Executive Editor Jim Montague comments on a recent survey about the impact of object linking and embedding for process control. Listen and learn about OPC's present and future direction in the process industries.

Exploring historians & data analytics – Part 2

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Executive editor Jim Montague speaks with Sam Russem, director of the Smart Manufacturing practice at Grantek Systems Integration, a CSIA-certified system integrator in Philadelphia. Russem expands on the first discussion about the capabilities of today’s modern historians and data analytics.

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.

Resource Guide: Drives and motors turn up value

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Our monthly resource guide is compiled by Executive Editor Jim Montague. This month, we explore getting the most from drives and motors.

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