AI and Machine Learning July 24, 2024

Machine-learning framework speeds predictions for material thermal properties

MIT researchers have developed a machine-learning framework designed to help engineers design more efficient energy-conversion systems and faster microelectronic devices, reducing waste heat.

By Adam Zewe
Automation July 25, 2024

Automation mergers, acquisitions, capital markets analysis: July 2024

The Bundy Group reported nine automation transactions in the month of July. Analysis on the acquisitions and reports are highlighted below.

By Clint Bundy
Analytics July 25, 2024

How real-time alarms, historical data drive better processes

Incorporating software that provides greater connectivity and data-driven reports can improve operational efficiencies, reduce unplanned downtime and meet compliance requirements.

By Cody P. Bann and David Nolan
IIoT, Industrie 4.0 July 25, 2024

From ecosystems and AI to the industrial metaverse

The next wave of industrial transformation depends on a handful of technologies.

By Rob McGreevy, AVEVA
Industrial Networking July 25, 2024

Hot Control Engineering industrial networking articles in 2024

By Chris Vavra
Courtesy: Cincinnati Incorporated
Made in America July 18, 2024

Increasing nearshoring agility through technology, collaboration

By Frank Kenney
Machine Safety July 22, 2024

Preventing safety interlock operator bypass

By David Dearden
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 24, 2024

How do combined DAQ and automation technologies measure up?

By Alec Abkemeier
System Integration July 22, 2024

Top 5 Control Engineering content: July 15-21, 2024

By Chris Vavra

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