If you get an Engineers' Choice Award ballot via email, please vote!

Oak Brook, IL - Control Engineering will soon begin e-mailing ballots to subscribers, requesting their vote for the annual Engineers' Choice awards. If you get a ballot, please take a few minutes to complete the brief survey, voting on a particular product area.

12/04/2007


Oak Brook, IL - Control Engineering will soon begin e-mailing ballots to subscribers, requesting their vote for the annual Engineers' Choice awards. If you get a ballot, please take a few minutes to complete the brief survey, voting on a particular product area.

This your chance to select the products most worthy of attention.

Control Engineering 's annual Engineers' Choice Awards are designed to highlight products released during the previous year and provide you with an opportunity to identify those which you believe are the most significant or noteworthy—whether you currently use them or not.

There are seven product categories in all. Ballots are sent in separate emails, so no survey takes more than three minutes to complete.

You can't take the same survey twice (no stuffing the ballot box for your favorite vendor), but we encourage you to vote in all categories for which you receive an email.

So, tell us what you think. Then look for the results of the voting in the February 2008 issue of Control Engineering .

Thank you for your time and your ongoing support of Control Engineering .

Marc Moschetto , editorial director
Control Engineering News Desk
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