Courtesy: Interact Analysis
Business of Engineering November 30, 2020

China, U.S. leading manufacturing charge from COVID-19 shock

Global manufacturing economic forecasts in the wake of COVID-19 have improved thanks to stronger than expected recoveries from the U.S. and China, but there is a long road to recovery, particularly for some key industries.

By Adrian Lloyd
Courtesy: Quantum Automation
IIoT, Industrie 4.0 December 1, 2020

Control Engineering hot topics, November 2020

Control Engineering's most clicked articles in November 2020 included stories about SCADA, HMI and MES projects, VFD parameter changes, advanced process control, how integrators can help with IIoT applications, and more. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Keagan Gay
Courtesy: Yokogawa
Mobility November 30, 2020

Top 5 Control Engineering Articles Nov. 23-29, 2020

Articles about how integrators can help IIoT applications, VFD parameter changes, mobile technology, and more were Control Engineering’s five most clicked articles from Nov. 23-29, 2020. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Keagan Gay
Courtesy: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Robotics November 30, 2020

Computer-aided creativity for robot design

A system called RoboGrammar allows designers to simulate potential robot designs to find a system that works best for particular terrains.

By Daniel Ackerman
Professor Harley Johnson, far right, the associate dean for research at the Grainger College of Engineering, joins Wooldridge and Jones outside the mobileSHIELD facility. Courtesy: Fred Zwicky, University of Illinois
Safety November 19, 2020

University launches mobile COVID-19 testing lab

By Lois Yoksoulian
Codes and Standards November 24, 2020

Update for ISA-95 specification released

By MESA International
Cybersecurity risk assessment can benefit from a risk-based prioritized approach, according to Anil Gosine, global projects, MG Strategy+. Courtesy: MGStrategy+ and Control Engineering
Cybersecurity November 20, 2020

What you need to know about cybersecurity

By Mark T. Hoske
Michael Wang, materials science and engineering Ph.D. candidate, uses a glove box to inspect a lithium metal battery cell in a lab in the Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project building. Courtesy: University of Michigan
Energy, Power November 18, 2020

Lithium-metal batteries offer alternative for users

By James Lynch
Courtesy: SAP
Business of Engineering November 22, 2020

How to maximize people power with digital capabilities

By Johannes Papst