2007 Engineers’ Choice Awards: Call for entries from Control Engineering

To highlight those automation, controls, and instrumentation products which have made the greatest impact on industry, Control Engineering is proud to announce an open call for entries for the 2007 Engineers’ Choice Awards. Nominate a product by Nov. 2, 2007.


Oak Brook, IL —For more than half a century, Control Engineering magazine has been dedicated to bringing you the latest tools, technologies and trends which are shaping our industry. And each year, solution providers introduce thousands of products into the marketplace, each designed to help the industrial engineering community to become more efficient, more precise, and more effective.

In an effort to highlight those products which have made the greatest impact on the industry, Control Engineering is proud to announce an open call for entries for the 2007 Engineers’ Choice Awards.

Solution providers and Control Engineering readers may nominate any product introduced in North America between Jan. 1, 2007, and Nov. 1, 2007, in the following categories:
* Process and advanced control;
* Machine and embedded control;
* Motors, drives and motion control;
* Human-machine interfaces and industrial PCs;
* Instrumentation and control products;
* Application and programming software; and
* Networks and communication hardware and software.

Entry forms and program details are available online at www.controleng.com/nominations . Entries must be completed in full and submitted to Control Engineering by Nov. 2, 2007. After compiling all nominated products, Control Engineering editorial team will create an electronic ballot that will be distributed to, and completed by, Control Engineering subscribers. Winners will be announced in the February 2008 issue of Control Engineering magazine.

Review the

2006 Control Engineering Engineers’ Choice Award winners and new product compendium


Marc Moschetto, editorial director
Control Engineering News Desk
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