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Control Engineering advice: 60 years and beyond
Control Engineering advice: 60 years and beyond

Think Again: Wisdom from the past helps us innovate for the future, adapting to educational needs of control, instrumentation, and automation systems, worldwide.Read More

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Migration projects: Incorporating the 'old' into the 'new'
Migration projects: Incorporating the 'old' into the 'new'

Most distributed control systems migration projects revolve around ensuring that the new system can meet production targets of the old system immediately, but this isn’t always the case.Read More

We need a more educated workforce for the future of manufacturing
We need a more educated workforce for the future of manufacturing

For a smarter, complicated, and data-driven manufacturing industry today, we need a more educated and skilled workforce that has problem-solving and critical thinking ability, according to Gregg... Read More

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Current industry challenges and expectations of an automation partner
Current industry challenges and expectations of an automation partner

At the 2014 Yokogawa Users Conference and Exhibition, Simon Lam addresses how the automation industry has changed and the new challenges it now faces going forward.Read More

All-in-one control platform in a 15.6-inch HMI panel
All-in-one control platform in a 15.6-inch HMI panel

Product Exclusive: UniStream from Unitronics is a powerful, all-in-one, modular, expandable control platform, now available in a 15.6-in. human machine interface (HMI) panel. It includes PLC... Read More

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2014 System Integrator Giants
Control Engineering's top 100 System Integrator Giants for 2014 are ranked according to total system integration revenue for the most recently completed fiscal year. The in-depth analysis of these firms reveals what's going on in the industry, and how it has changed over the past few years
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Optimizing Motor, Drives and Gearbox Systems to Ensure Best Performance and Total Cost of Ownership

Presenter William Finley from Siemens will explain that with modern industrial systems, there is a large advantage in total cost of ownership when driven equipment, adjustable frequency drives (AFD), motors, and gearboxes are matched and driven at ratings appropriate for these components.

Wednesday, October 8, 2014, at 11 a.m. PT /1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

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Extensometer for industrial and equipment safety applications
Extensometer for industrial and equipment safety applications

Vishay Precision Group's Model 182 extensometer is a strain gage-based force sensor that is... Read More

Real-time SCADA solution for OT, IT applications
Real-time SCADA solution for OT, IT applications

Honeywell Process Solutions' (HPS) Experion Elevate is a real-time process supervisory control and... Read More

Motor design module for magnetic performance simulations
Motor design module for magnetic performance simulations

Motor Design Ltd.'s motor-CAD EMag module is a comprehensive set of software solutions for... Read More

Motor series for positioning and velocity control
Motor series for positioning and velocity control

Celera Motion's Agility series of slotless motors are suited for scanning, pointing, measuring, and... Read More

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