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Understanding SIS industry standards
Understanding SIS industry standards

Process safety standards and practices are spreading from oil and gas and other energy-related industries to broader process industry applications. Here’s basic advice on how to make more sense of the numbers and acronyms.Read More

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Flying by the seat of your pants?
Flying by the seat of your pants?

If you want to fly without using appropriate instrumentation, I’ll walk, thank you. The same goes for your process.Read More

Process safety: Managing process safety with flexible IO
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Industrial facilities should approach safety and security holistically by addressing critical requirements from the process control network to the perimeter of the plant.Read More

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A visit to Sensors Expo
A visit to Sensors Expo

A quick video tour of the exhibit floor getting a look at products and technologies on display.Read More

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Using programming standards to navigate your process
Using programming standards to navigate your process

A definite set of programming and HMI standards can alleviate the burden of navigating your... Read More

Factory acceptance testing with system simulators
Factory acceptance testing with system simulators

System simulators allow developers to test most of a new control system, but not the entire system.... Read More

Hazards encountered in industrial automation
Hazards encountered in industrial automation

Recognizing safety hazards is important in any work environment—in the office, commissioning on the... Read More

Separating good code from bad: The "paper-and-pencil" method
Separating good code from bad: The "paper-and-pencil" method

As the digital age continues to grow, the automation industry keeps up with upgrading or replacing... Read More

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