Tuesday, April 15, 2014
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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 more efficient nuclear reactor designs with simpler controls, nuclear plant safety, small modular reactors, and timeline...Read More

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Top 5 Control Engineering articles, April 6-12
Top 5 Control Engineering articles, April 6-12

Were you out last week? Miss something? Here are Control Engineering's five most-clicked articles from last week, April 6-12, including articles about Windows XP support, integrating HART data from... Read More

Students' innovation the right prescription for success
Students' innovation the right prescription for success

Pill dispenser earns Walker Career Center a trip to Hannover Messe and solves a common problem by using automationRead More

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Two ways to improve manufacturing, and three big issues at Hannover Messe
Two ways to improve manufacturing, and three big issues at Hannover Messe

Investment will be needed to realize all the great innovations available at this year’s show.Read More

Connecting sensors and automation to the Internet of Things
Connecting sensors and automation to the Internet of Things

The medical, manufacturing and food industries rely on automation and sensors, and their interconnectivity may result in big changes in a short amount of time. Read More

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Industrial physical networks Q&A session
Mike Berg, and Robert Elliot, Sr., who presented the Control Engineering Webcast "A standards-based approach to the industrial physical network" took time to answer some follow-up questions on the subject from webcast viewers. Learn what they had to say on cabling solutions, IP20 and IP67 definitions, and how to determine if a network's performance is good or bad.
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Giant dragonfly, jellyfish make waves
Giant dragonfly, jellyfish make waves

Festo, a manufacturer of pneumatic and electromechanical systems, components and controls for... Read More

Designer software for improved automation productivity
Designer software for improved automation productivity

Rockwell Automation's Software Studio 5000 Logix Designer v24 provides design capabilities to... Read More

Ground fault circuit interrupters, Ethernet safety software on display
Ground fault circuit interrupters, Ethernet safety software on display

Molex's Woodhead Super-Safeway and Safeway Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) and Brad... Read More

HMI touchscreens with modular IO architecture
HMI touchscreens with modular IO architecture

Red Lion's Graphite series of operator panels, which feature HMI touchscreens and an all-aluminum... Read More

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