Process Manufacturing - DCS, SCADA, Controllers

Top 10 Control Engineering articles, January 9 to February 8: Microsoft Windows XP Embedded, SI Giants, process models, more

Articles about Microsoft Windows XP Embedded, the 2015 System Integrator Giants, process models and... » more

Intelligent automation series part 2: Automation Pyramid’s first two levels

Part 2: This series explains the automation pyramid: A framework for process intelligence and... » more

Distributed control system upgrades for process control systems

There are many reasons to upgrade a distributed control system (DCS) for a process control system,... » more

SCADA market expanding as global energy requirements increase

A report by Frost & Sullivan indicates that greenfield and brownfield expansions as well as smart... » more

Journey to the center of the plant: SCADA systems information flow

Part 2: Understanding the network communication process between a PLC and the SCADA computer is... » more

Top 10 Control Engineering articles, December 12 to January 11: SI Giants, flow measurement challenges, more

Articles about the 2015 System Integrator Giants, overcoming flow measurement challenges, choosing... » more

Top 5 Control Engineering articles, January 4-10: Flow measurement, heat exchanger strategies, more

Articles about flow measurement challenges, heat exchanger control strategies, PLC and DCSs for... » more

Top Control Engineering articles of 2015

Think Again: Salary survey and career advice, variable frequency drive help, process control... » more

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Programmable alarm trips for process, chemical applications

Moore Industries' SPA2IS programmable alarm trips with built-in intrinsically-safe (IS) field connections monitor, control, and measure signals in hazardous areas have an alarm solution that significantly reduces wiring,... » more

Machinery health analyzer for hazardous environments

Emerson Process Management’s CSI 2140 machinery health analyzer collects data required to assess a machine’s condition for hazardous environments. » more

Handheld particulate pollution meter for hazardous environments

Omega's HHTP21 is designed for monitoring particulate pollution in burning plants, petrochemical facilities, thermal power plants, restaurants, hospitals, mining facilities and metal refineries. » more

Process sensor assemblies for cleaning and calibration

Endress+Hauser's Cleanfit CPA875 and CPA871 sensor assemblies allow pH, ORP, oxygen and NIR sensors to be installed or removed during operation so they can be cleaned, calibrated or replaced without interrupting the process.  » more

Particulate monitoring system with multi-channel configurations

The PM 100 Pro from FilterSense is a particulate monitoring system designed for sensing performance requirements ranging from detection to monitoring and concentration measurement in the power, cement, metal, and chemical... » more

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Research Analyst Blog

More connected than ever: 6 billion new...

The global market for connected devices that allow users to access... » more

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Your orthodontic appliance may have been 3D printed

Creating unique items to satisfy medical... » more

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