AI and Machine Learning February 24, 2024

Maximizing generative AI’s value for manufacturers

By combining LLMs with real-time industrial data and customized AI technologies, it is possible to unlock their true transformative power.

By Jim Chappell
PLCs, PACs February 26, 2024

PLC projects, programming best practices, Part 2: Case studies on address structures

In a September 14, 2023 webcast, "PLC Series: PLC projects, programming best practices" Automation Consulting LLC’s Frank Lamb joined Control Engineering to discuss PLC history and platform differences, as well as the impact of standards.

By Control Engineering
Digital Twins February 16, 2024

Save time in energy, automation projects: Digital twins

Case study, Shell Deepwater: Detailed digital twin model used with major industrial automation and operations projects in energy management can reduce time to find critical information by half, with other savings, said Bentley Systems at the 2024 ARC Industry Forum.

By Mark T. Hoske
IIoT, Industrie 4.0 February 27, 2024

Using AI to discover stiff and tough microstructures

An AI system that melds simulations and physical testing to forge materials with newfound durability and flexibility has been developed for diverse engineering uses.

By Rachel Gordon
Industrial Networking February 19, 2024

Top 5 Control Engineering content: February 12-18, 2024

By Tyler Wall
Vision and Discrete Sensors February 27, 2024

Machine vision market is improving and technology is more sophisticated

By Chris Vavra
Motors and Drives February 14, 2024

Long-term market growth expected for low-voltage ac drive market

By Interact Analysis
Process Instrumentation and Sensors February 27, 2024

Five ways IT can accelerate digital transformation, OPAF

By Mark T. Hoske
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Cybersecurity February 26, 2024

Top 5 Control Engineering content: February 19-25, 2024

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