Tuesday, April 1, 2014
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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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Developments to watch: Engineering can save train engineers
Developments to watch: Engineering can save train engineers

Control engineers should offer railroads simpler and more cost-effective systems to automatically slow or stop trains as needed to lower risk.Read More

8 ways the cloud is a no-brainer for manufacturers
8 ways the cloud is a no-brainer for manufacturers

Cloud computing: Some people still debate the merits of using cloud computing in manufacturing, but there are specific cases when a cloud solution is the obvious choice. Here are eight reasons why... Read More

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Smart manufacturing and new automation improve lives of engineers
Smart manufacturing and new automation improve lives of engineers

Next-generation automation has a profound impact on manufacturing business models and quality of life for engineers.Read More

Smart manufacturing technologies build intelligent processes
Smart manufacturing technologies build intelligent processes

Software enables predictive planning, performance monitoring, big data analytics, virtual modeling, and more informed-decision making.Read More

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A standards-based approach to the industrial physical network

Speakers Mike Berg and Robert Elliot, Sr. explain how standards-based physical network topologies, cabling best practices including structured and point-to-point cabling methodologies, and designing for the environment can help provide a high performance, reliable and scalable plant network.

Thursday, April 3, 2014, at 11 a.m. PT /1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

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Products
Connector series for extreme environments with high temperatures
Connector series for extreme environments with high temperatures

Harting's Han High Temp connectors are designed to circumvent the limitations of deploying... Read More

Modular rotary position feedback system
Modular rotary position feedback system

RSF Elektronik's MSR 40 modular rotary position feedback system allows machine designers to quickly... Read More

Travelling wave UHF antenna creates RFID reading zone
Travelling wave UHF antenna creates RFID reading zone

Harting's Ha-VIS Locfield travelling wave UHF antenna is designed to to create a passive RFID... Read More

Integrated motor and resolver gets a slimmer profile
Integrated motor and resolver gets a slimmer profile

A smaller profile for the Mosolver from QuickSilver Controls means more applications for the device... Read More

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