2009 Automation Integrator Guide
Table of Contents - Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide 2009 includes application stories, a directory of automation system integrators and names three System Integrators of the Year for 2009, in the cover story: Recognizing the Best Integrators in the Business. Applications stories cover control systems, motion control, IT integration, panel building, distributed automation, and packaging.
By Control Engineering Staff
Control Engineering 2009 Automation Integrator Guide Table of Contents (December 2008 supplement)
Oak Brook, IL– Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide 2009 names three System Integrators of the Year for 2009 in this December 2008 supplement - Recognizing the Best Integrators in the Business.
Other coverage in the annual guide includes
- Partnership develops first-of-its-kind document-handling control system;
- Gantry-Style Automated Accumulation;
- From IT integration to panel building, one mine at a time;
- Hatching distributed automation architectures; and
- Packaging supplier solves its ice cream headaches.
While the printed version was a supplement mailed with the December 2008 North American print edition, all elements of the guide are available at Control Engineering print edition digital archive available at www.controleng.com/archives. (Click into any issues, then select archive, top left.)
More need for outside engineering expertise, says HiTech Control Systems ;
In related news, the three System Integrator of the Year winners offer advice.
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