AI and Machine Learning June 27, 2024

Mapping 3D spaces with 2D cameras using AI for autonomous vehicles

Researchers have developed a technique that allows AI programs to better map three-dimensional spaces using two-dimensional images captured by multiple cameras, which could improve autonomous vehicles' navigation capabilities.

By Matt Shipman
DCS, SCADA, Controllers July 17, 2024

Building an enterprise framework for SCADA system for better results

Replacing a supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system allowed California American Water to improve efficiency, compliance and reporting at a facility that had endured many challenges.

By David Dudley
Analytics July 12, 2024

Live webcast demo: Unlock real-time operations data, make smarter decisions

Case study: Infrastructure costs fell 66%: Examine how unlocking operational data in real time benefits industrial operations. July 23 webcast includes a live demo and case study discussion with an end user and other application experts. Ask presenters how your applications could benefit.

By Mark T. Hoske
Industrial PCs July 18, 2024

Mechanical computer relies on kirigami cubes, not electronics

North Carolina State University researchers have developed a kirigami-inspired mechanical computers. See video.

Ethernet July 12, 2024

Key benefits of an industrial Ethernet TSN architecture

By Thomas Burke
Courtesy: Cincinnati Incorporated
Made in America July 18, 2024

Increasing nearshoring agility through technology, collaboration

By Frank Kenney
Courtesy: ABB
Motors and Drives July 18, 2024

How to meet sustainability goals, part 1: High-efficiency motors

By Benjamin Hinds
Data Acquisition, DAQ July 16, 2024

Advanced contextualization and visualization adds value to data

By Sasha Jones and Petter Moree
Workforce Development July 15, 2024

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

By Chris Vavra

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