Industrial automation hardware, software products named ‘Engineers' Choice'

Control Engineering announced winners and honorable mentions for its 2010 Engineers' Choice product awards competition. More than a dozen industrial PCs, HMI hardware and software, and other industrial automation software products were honored.

02/03/2010


Control Engineering announced winners and honorable mentions for its 2010 Engineers' Choice product awards competition. More than a dozen industrial PCs, HMI hardware and software, and other industrial automation software products were honored for their technological advancement, service to the industry and/or overall market impact. Here are the recipients in the Software and Hardware categories.

In all, more than 90 products introduced in 1999 were nominated for awards and winners were named in 29 categories. For other categories' winners and honorable mentions, visit www.controleng.com/awards.

 

Software category

In the software category, Control Engineering gave 2010 Engineers' Choice Awards for application software; connectivity software; dashboard software - energy; dashboard software-general; design, simulation, diagnostics; and HMI software. Winners are:





Honorable mentions in the software category include:





Hardware category
In hardware, Control Engineering gave 2010 Engineers' Choice Awards for HMI hardware, industrial PCs, and integrated HMI-controllers.


Honorable mentions in the hardware category include:


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





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