NMW 2002: Control Engineering presents Editors' Choice awards

Chicago, Ill. - Control Engineering's Editors' Choice Award winners gathered to receive their trophies Sunday night at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Chicago. The ceremonies, honoring the 35 best products of 2001 as selected by the editors of Control Engineering magazine, were held in conjunction with National Manufacturing Week, which is underway at Chicago's McCormick Place this week.

03/18/2002


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Control Engineering's editor-in-chief, Mark T. Hoske, addresses attendees at the Editors' Choice Awards ceremonies.

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Chicago, Ill. - Control Engineering's Editors' Choice Award winners gathered to receive their trophies Sunday night at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Chicago. The ceremonies, honoring the 35 best products of 2001 as selected by the editors of Control Engineering magazine, were held in conjunction with National Manufacturing Week , which is underway at Chicago's McCormick Place this week.

Contestants were judged on technological advancement, service to the industry, and impact on the control market. To be eligible for consideration, products had to be featured in Control Engineering magazine or Control Engineering Online , the magazine's web site. Winners were selected in each of the magazine's nine editorial coverage areas. These include: 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; networks and communications; and control components.

For more on the Editors' Choice Awards competition and National Manufacturing Week, visit Control Engineering's special show coverage section online.

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jim Montague, news editor
jmontague@cahners.com





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