2014 Engineers' Choice Awards: Spotlight on Innovation
Best automation, control, and instrumentation products in 23 categories.
The 27th annual Control Engineering Engineers’ Choice Awards shines a light on 23 categories of control, instrumentation, and automation products, revealing the best of those introduced in 2013 as chosen by you, Control Engineering’s print and digital audience. Review the winners and honorable mentions here to see if their innovative solutions can help you solve one of your most pressing problems.
Also, join us in congratulating these technological innovators. Let them know you learned about their solutions in Control Engineering, and tell them what problems you need solutions for next. Their continuous improvement ensures that manufacturers, machine builders, and automation system integrators can achieve the levels of agility, efficiency, and effectiveness necessary to compete—and win—in today’s global economy.
More than 100 product nominations from 58 companies were listed on ballots for evaluation. Automation professionals from Control Engineering’s subscriber lists—all of whom are responsible for or influence technology purchases, or have hands-on day-to-day interaction with the technologies in each category—then voted to identify the products they felt were the most exceptional based on technological advancement, service to the industry, and market impact. The result is a short list of Engineers’ Choice Award winners and honorable mentions in 23 categories. A total of 23 winners and 23 honorable mentions were named for 2014.
Control Engineering staff extends appreciation to all who nominated products and took the time to vote. The 2014 Engineers’ Choice Awards will be presented to the winners on March 31, 2014, in Chicago.
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