Tuesday, April 22, 2014
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Top 5 Control Engineering articles, April 13-19
Top 5 Control Engineering articles, April 13-19

Were you out last week? Miss something? Here are Control Engineering’s five most-clicked articles from last week, April 13-19, including articles about Windows XP, small nuclear reactors, Google Glass intersecting with control systems, and strategies for the passing of Windows XP support.Read More

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New approaches to asset management yield big energy savings
New approaches to asset management yield big energy savings

Intelligent use of control systems can maximize the energy efficiency of industrial equipment by, among other things, making sure equipment runs only when need to support plant operations.Read More

Five tips on how to delegate
Five tips on how to delegate

Delegation is leadership—here are the secrets for effective delegation.Read More

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How electrodes charge and discharge: new findings from MIT
How electrodes charge and discharge: new findings from MIT

Analysis probes reactions in porous battery electrodes for the first time.Read More

ODVA suggests EtherNet/IP for process industries
ODVA suggests EtherNet/IP for process industries

ODVA advises process industries to migrate toward unified communications using the EtherNet/IP Ethernet protocol.Read More

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Cyber security research
Cyber threats to control systems are high, frequencies of vulnerability assessments are low, and many organizations are lacking a capable cyber incident response team. Are your systems at risk? Download the 2014 Cyber Security Study Now!
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Mark T. Hoske, content manager and editor with Control Engineering, will explain mobility trends and discuss the types of mobile engineering applications available. Harry Forbes, senior analyst at ARC Advisory Group, will explain basic wireless mobility infrastructures, types of hardware and software needed as well as challenges and advantages wireless mobility offers to end-users.

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Miniature data recorder mounts directly, without slip rings
Miniature data recorder mounts directly, without slip rings

The miniature Slice data recorder from DTS is designed to be mounted directly on the test article... Read More

Vibration meter designed to share data in real-time
Vibration meter designed to share data in real-time

Fluke's 805 FC Vibration Meter is a portable multifunction screening tool that can share data via... Read More

Solenoid and pneumatic valve series for clamping and locking operations
Solenoid and pneumatic valve series for clamping and locking operations

Festo's VS series of piston-spool solenoid and pneumatic valves and valve manifolds are designed... Read More

Robot programming for painting without coding
Robot programming for painting without coding

ABB Robotics' Simplified Robot Programming (SRP) combines the skill and craftsmanship of hand... Read More

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