Control Engineering announces 2002 Editors' Choice Awards

Control Engineering has announced 35 winners in its 16th annual Editors' Choice Awards program. Selected products are deemed to have delivered innovative and useful solutions to customers and readers, even while facing 2002's ongoing economic challenges.

01/16/2003


Oak Brook, IL - Control Engineering has announced 35 winners in its 16th annual Editors' Choice Awards program. Selected products are deemed to have delivered innovative and useful solutions to customers and readers, even while facing 2002's ongoing economic challenges.

The Control Engineering editorial team selected the winners from among products featured in the 2002 issues of Control Engineering and Control Engineering Online , including Control Engineering's topical e-mailed newsletters. Areas of editorial product coverage represented are: process and advanced control; instrumentation and process sensors; software and information integration; machine control and discrete sensors; human-machine interface; motors, drives, and motion control; embedded control; and networks and communications.

Click here for more on the 2002 Editors' Choice Awards and links to the list of winners and more information about each product.


Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jim Montague, News Editor
jmontague@reedbusiness.com





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