Call for Entries: 2008 Control Engineering Engineers' Choice Awards

Deadline is Nov. 15 to nominate an automation product newly available in North America between Jan. and Nov. 2008.


Every Control Engineering covers the proven solutions and game-changing technologies that are available to automation, instrumentation and controls professionals. And every year, we hold a competition to highlight those products that engineers find most useful and desirable. The 2008 awards competition has begun, and we are in search of product nominations.

This open call for entries for the 2008 Engineers’ Choice Awards seeks product nominations in the following categories:








Nomination forms are available online. Information on previous winners is also available.

After compiling all of the nominated products, the Control Engineering editorial team will create an electronic ballot which will be completed by, Control Engineering readers. Winners will be announced in the February 2009 issue of Control Engineering magazine.

Note: the nominated product(s) must have been introduced and available for purchase in the North American market between January, 2008 and November,

All nomination forms MUST be completed in full and received by November 15, 2008 in order to be eligible for an award. Use one form per entry, and send supporting photos and links to data sheets to

– Edited by Renee Robbins , senior editor
Control Engineering News Desk
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