Control Engineering hot topics, October 2017
Control Engineering's most clicked articles in October 2017 included stories about HMI elements, VFDs, process engineers, and the Engineers' Choice finalists. Miss something? You can catch up here.
Hot topics in Control Engineering, for October 2017, included HMI elements, VFDs, process engineers, and the Engineers’ Choice finalists. These are based on the top 10 most read articles online in Control Engineering September. Links to each article below.
Cover Story: Advancements in human-machine interfaces (HMIs) lead to increased productivity, simplified graphics configuration, and mobility.
Inverter and variable motor control technologies are being used to solve application challenges and improve efficiency and cost-effectiveness in unexpected ways.
Improved data management requires a new way of thinking.
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Properly monitoring and managing levels inside storage tanks can help owners and asset managers improve efficiencies and increase productivity and profitability. In this article, Fritz Cleveland shares three key advantages to wireless monitoring.
Digitized production and use of a digital twin improves the amount and effective use of valuable data about the manufacturing process. See two methods to create a digital twin.
Control Engineering’s most clicked articles in September 2017 included stories about PID, ladder logic, differential pressure flowmeters, cloud computing, and process sensors. Miss something? You can catch up here.
The skills gap for welders is widening as the workforce gets older and retires. To address this problem, companies are turning to their master welders to teach robots how to weld because robots are more efficient than humans.
System integrators can help expand the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) for companies because they have a deep understanding of many systems and can work as a go-between for many departments as an independent and powerful voice.
Electrical engineer best known for his work on the programmable logic controller (PLC) dies at 84.
The list was developed using CFE Media’s web analytics for stories viewed on controleng.com, October 1-31, for articles published within the last two months.
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