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7 things noncontrol people should know about control engineers
7 things noncontrol people should know about control engineers

A few basic differences between control engineers and others in the plant can hinder progress toward optimization. Start a conversation to improve communications and controls. See examples and career advice. Send a link to these seven things other people should know about control engineers, so they understand.Read More

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One strategy for the passing of Windows XP
One strategy for the passing of Windows XP

Cyber security expert offers advice for finding one silver lining in the passing of support for Microsoft Windows XP. It might get companies to face larger realities.Read More

Goodbye Windows XP; Hello IsXP?
Goodbye Windows XP; Hello IsXP?

Microsoft Windows XP support ends April 8. What happens April 9? Three things to remember. NEW: Updated with answers to reader feedback on April 14.Read More

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Big plans for small nuclear reactors
Big plans for small nuclear reactors

Cover story: U.S. nuclear power plant outlook: new designs, safety, plant openings are part of the nuclear energy spotlight in 2014. Speakers at a recent American Nuclear Society meeting discussed... Read More

Google Glass meets control systems
Google Glass meets control systems

Technology Update: New visualization technologies offer opportunities for hands-free computer displays, potentially useful in manufacturing, control system programming, warehousing, process... Read More

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System Integrator Giants
The 2014 Control Engineering System Integrator Giants program recognizes the top system integrators from the industrial automation marketplace. The 2014 System Integrator Giants program will be featured in the August 2014 edition of Control Engineering magazine. Deadline for entries is Friday, June 6, 2014.
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The Future is Now!
Are you a leader under 40? The Engineering Leaders Under 40 program recognizes manufacturing professionals under the age of 40 who are making a significant contribution to their plant’s success, and to the control engineering and/or plant engineering professions.
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Ultrasonic distance and level sensors for automation, tank level applications
Ultrasonic distance and level sensors for automation, tank level applications

Omega's LVTX-10 series of sensors are designed to provide accurate measurement for factory... Read More

Integrated panel systems for accommodating instrumentation and peripherals
Integrated panel systems for accommodating instrumentation and peripherals

Hardy Process Solutions' Integrated Panel Systems come in type 4 or 4X enclosures that are designed... Read More

Radar level transmitter for liquid level measurement
Radar level transmitter for liquid level measurement

Endress+Hauser's FMR10 and FMR20 free space radar level transmitters to measure liquid levels in... Read More

Camera series with high-speed color imaging
Camera series with high-speed color imaging

Teledyne Dalsa has added multi-line color CMOS time delay and integration (TDI) cameras to their... Read More

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