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High stakes gambling has no place in the world of automation, instrumentation, or controls. To reduce your risk, Control Engineering creates this hard copy of the System Integrator Guide, an online resource available at www.controleng.com/integrators. Here, you also get bonus material: the first look at our new award winners.
High stakes gambling has no place in the world of automation, instrumentation, or controls. To reduce your risk, Control Engineering creates this hard copy of the System Integrator Guide, an online resource available at www.controleng.com/integrators . Here, you also get bonus material: the first look at our new award winners.
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36 Directory of integrators
More than 1,000 citations, updated for 2007 by Control Engineering ’s consulting editor Vance VanDoren, include:
Geographical region served;
Corporate affiliations and partnerships;
Annual revenue; and
84 Index for criteria
Find listings that reference the associations where integrators can be found.
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If you’re a system integrator for automation, controls, or instrumentation, you may add information to our online directory now using the “Apply for a listing” link at www.controleng.com/integrators, or by calling 765-296-7600. More information about expanded listings may be found at www.controleng.com/mediainfo .
On the cover: Representing the engineers, managers, and support staff that made their companies winners are (from left): Chuck Sherman of The Benham Companies LLC, Ed Diehl of Concept Systems Inc., and Bob Zeigenfuse of Advanced Automation.
4 System integrator of the year awards for 2007
Control Engineering recognizes the best in the business with the first System Integrator of the Year competition. Three winning companies, chosen from more than 40 entries, show what excellence in system integration is all about.
10 Mottos, slogans, and words
CSIA’s new motto, “Translating the Promise of Technology into Performance,” describes what members do and epitomizes what control system integration is about, says Norm O’Leary, president.
12 Transmission assembly
Application: Better system management, broadcasting, recording, and control increased production by 24% and overall quality by 32%.
16 Belt conveyor delivers speed
Application: Three companies collaborate to improve productivity, reduce operating costs, and create innovative new products.
32 Vintage boilers get upgrade
Application: Frank Lill & Son Inc. reworks five 1949 Oklahoma State University multi-burner boilers to 85% efficiency, moving from old pneumatics to state-of-the-art combustion controls.
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