Online articles, China, Europe; find manufacturers, system integrators

As you know, we update Control Engineering Online daily. Here are some recently added and updated resources.


As you know, we update Control Engineering Online daily. Here are some recently added and updated resources.

August 2003 North American print edition articles of interest may include:

  • Cover Story: 'See' the Results '' — Vision and code readers feed data acquisition systems, analyzing more applications with greater consistency and easier setup than ever before. Here's how it's done.

  • '' Once Written, Often Used '' — Multi-platform programming software is not a new idea, but a transition is underway to stretch beyond IEC 61131-3 languages and into system-wide architectures that could change how control engineers interact with both hardware and software.

  • '' Product Focus: AC Drives Trend to Efficient, Modular Designs '' — Whether you call them ac adjustable-speed drives (ASDs)—the name preferred by most—or use other labels, such as variable-speed drives or variable-frequency drives, or frequency converters as the international community prefers, ASDs excel at one key point: increasingly capable control of ac motors.

If you’re brushing up on simplified Chinese characters, take a look at the new Control Engineering China website . The China print edition launches next month, September 2003.

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Companies can update the Control Engineering Buyer’s Guide Online year-round, but there’s a flurry of updates in anticipation of Click here to visit the Guide (registration required).

Control Engineering Automation Integrator Guide 2003-2004 is gearing up for a mid-December release. Click here to apply or update , if you’re an integrator (registration required).

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—Mark T. Hoske, Control Engineering editor-in-chief,

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