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Top Control Engineering articles for 2013
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Award winning Control Engineering products, system integration, salary and career survey, PID and advanced control, cyber security, human machine interface of the future, optimization, sensing, motor... Read More

6 tips to hire, retain top engineering talent
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According to the 2013 Manpower Talent Shortage Survey (by the Manpower Group), engineering is the second most difficult profile to fill, after skilled trades. Six tips provide help.Read More

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Machine Safety: What are your 2014 New Year machine safety resolutions?
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Will 2014 be another year of the same or do you have a list of New Year resolutions for machine safety? Here are three machine safety ideas on which to focus this year, based on key OSHA violations.Read More

Why you need data-rich controllers
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Extended storage memory for project files enables faster commissioning, less downtime.Read More

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Miniature photoelectric sensor series has five sensing modes
Miniature photoelectric sensor series has five sensing modes

Balluff's 6K miniature photoelectric sensors are designed to work in harsh conditions and are... Read More

Line scan camera series aims to lower cost of inspection
Line scan camera series aims to lower cost of inspection

Teledyne Dalsa's Linea family of line scan cameras feature 2k and 4k GigE Vision models and are... Read More

Industrial switch for network bandwidth situations
Industrial switch for network bandwidth situations

Rockwell Automation's Allen-Bradley Stratix 5400 switch is an all-gigabit option designed to help... Read More

Gaging probes for harsh environments
Gaging probes for harsh environments

Macro Sensors' GHS Series of hermetically sealed gaging probes are designed for dimensional gaging... Read More

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