Seal of Approval Best Technologies of 2005
Forty-five Editors' Choice Award winners were selected from among products covered by Control Engineering during 2005. Winners are based on service to the industry, technological advancement, and market impact. This is the 19th year editors nominate, discuss, and select the products they feel best meet those criteria.
Forty-five Editors' Choice Award winners were selected from among products covered by Control Engineering during 2005. Winners are based on service to the industry, technological advancement, and market impact. This is the 19thyear editors nominate, discuss, and select the products they feel best meet those criteria.
Throughout the year, editors cover thousands of products in the North American print edition, at www.controleng.com , and in monthly and weekly e-mailed newsletters.
Control Engineering subscribers again are being asked to vote for their own favorites among the editors' 45 selections to determine the winners of the third annual Engineers' Choice Awards. They will choose the top winner in each of eight product categories. The winners will be revealed during the Editors' Choice awards ceremony, to be held at National Manufacturing Week, March 20-24, near Chicago.
The eight award categories are: embedded control; human-machine interface; instrumentation and process sensors; machine control and discrete sensors; motors, drives, and motion control; networks and communications; process and advanced control; and software and information integration.
Frank J. Bartos, David Greenfield, Mark T. Hoske, Dick Johnson, Jeanine Katzel, Richard W. Phelps, and Vance J. VanDoren contributed to this article.
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