Control Engineering hot topics, February 2020
Control Engineering's most clicked articles in February 2020 included stories about the Engineers' Choice winners, intelligent cloud use, intuitive HMI screens, advanced process control and more. Miss something? You can catch up here.
Hot topics in Control Engineering, for February 2020, included the Engineers’ Choice winners, intelligent cloud use, intuitive HMI screens, advanced process control and more. These are based on the top 10 most read articles online in Control Engineering December. Links to each article below.
Spotlight on innovation: Best automation, control and instrumentation products in 29 categories.
Cloud-based wireless sensing enables safety, reliability and profits through widespread asset monitoring.
Design standards and best practices for human-machine interfaces (HMIs) continue evolving, but simplicity and clarity never go out of style.
After a webcast on “Advanced process control: Past, present and future,” more answers to audience questions are provided by the webcast speaker covering advanced process control (APC) to help with process optimization.
Robots have long been used in discrete manufacturing and machine automation applications, and their use is now spreading to address process industry applications.
Today’s process control valves offer an ever wider range of features and benefits for industries that require precise control over fluids, steam and other gases. With so many control valves to choose from it is important to establish the features that will deliver the most cost-effective design for a particular application.
Technology advances ranging from better autonomous vehicles to smarter machines will help relieve the effects of an aging agricultural workforce and a shrinking supply of workers.
Think Again: Engineering salaries and career tips, object-oriented programming, rate-predictive control, Internet of Things (IoT) and career advice were among top articles posted on the Control Engineering website during 2019.
A cotton gin facility in Alabama upgraded its industrial network to better manage its increased production while running optimally for long periods of time.
While no safety system is perfect, it is imperative for users to understand the basics and define safety and risk to prevent accidents from happening that could have severe effects.
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Chris Vavra, associate editor, CFE Media, firstname.lastname@example.org.