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AI and Machine Learning March 25, 2024

Peripheral vision in AI models has been enhanced

By enabling AI models to see the world more like humans do, the work could help improve driver safety and shed light on human behavior.

By Adam Zewe
Courtesy: CFE Media and Technology
DCS, SCADA, Controllers April 16, 2024

Open controls: Why make it fit now?

Open process automation promises 52% hardware/software savings, 47% lifecycle savings, more capable and frequent software upgrades, along with interoperability and interchangeability. But it requires more integration at first; likely less, later.

By Mark T. Hoske
Digital Transformation April 16, 2024

Accelerating digital transformation in oil and gas for competitive edge

Digital-first operations is an ever-persistent conversation across industries, but for the oil and gas segment and how this translates for a highly dispersed, asset-intensive operation there is real opportunity to reduce costs while improving productivity and worker safety.

By Rudy De Anda
Edge and Cloud Computing April 11, 2024

Hot Control Engineering edge computing articles in 2023

Control Engineering top 5 articles online about edge computing posted over the last year covered edge controllers saving money, what to consider when deploying edge computing and more.

By Chris Vavra
Industrial Networking April 9, 2024

Webcast teaches how to advance intelligent data sharing, analytics

By Mark T. Hoske
Courtesy: Rice University
Robotics April 12, 2024

Soft robotics manufacturing research advances design

By Silvia Cernea Clark
Courtesy: Yaskawa America Inc.
Motors and Drives April 15, 2024

Top 5 Control Engineering content: April 8-14, 2024

By Tyler Wall
Courtesy: HiveMQ
Data Acquisition, DAQ March 29, 2024

How unified namespace drives efficiency, quality in manufacturing

By Kudzai Manditereza
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Cybersecurity April 15, 2024

Why is trust becoming such a big issue?

By Suzanne Gill

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