Control Engineering hot topics, June 2019
Control Engineering's most clicked articles in June 2019 included stories about the Career and Salary Survey, alarm management and process safety, choosing the right HMI, retrofitting Industrie 4.0, DCS migration, and more. Miss something? You can catch up here.
Hot topics in Control Engineering, for June 2019, included the Career and Salary Survey, alarm management and process safety, choosing the right HMI, retrofitting Industrie 4.0, DCS migration, and more. These are based on the top 10 most read articles online in Control Engineering June. Links to each article below.
1. Control Engineering Career and Salary Survey, 2019
Engineers are getting paid more, although fewer expect to get increases in 2019; top factors for determining job satisfaction are feeling of accomplishment, technical challenge, and financial compensation.
2. Connecting alarm management and process safety
Making the connection between alarm management and process safety management can ensure a safe and productive process.
Human-machine interfaces (HMIs) are available with many hardware and software features and users should work backwards from the target application to make sure all needs are addressed.
4. Retrofitting Industrie 4.0 for digital control systems
Ypsomed, a medical technology company, was able to retrofit Industrie 4.0 digital control systems onto its legacy plastic injection molding machines.
5. Some best practices recommended for DCS migration
A proven process control solution enters the 21st century.
6. Finding common ground between industrial automation and mobile technology
Mobile technologies are challenging traditional data handling practices as they move into the industrial arena.
7. Researchers improve power storage capabilities
Battery update: Several universities have been working on advances to improve battery technologies and make them safer and more reliable for industrial and manufacturing applications. Click on links for more information.
8. Sustainable cybersecurity architecture for safety instrumented systems
Choosing a safety instrumented system (SIS) architecture for defensible operation across the product lifecycle is one of the first decisions an organization must make; know these applicable standards.
9. Time-sensitive networking benefits for industrial systems
Time-sensitive networking (TSN) can simplify industrial systems and reduce system and hardware costs, an appealing choice for companies looking to harness data in the Industrie 4.0 and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) era.
10. Should assets be monitored in-house or in the cloud?
Wireless sensors and specialized software deliver options for improved effectiveness.
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