Control Engineering hot topics, October 2022
Control Engineering's most clicked articles in October 2022 included stories on alarm design management, edge computing, energy measurements, plant instrumentation and more. Miss something? You can catch up here.
Hot topics in Control Engineering, for October 2022, for stories posted in the last three months included alarm design management, edge computing, energy measurements, plant instrumentation and more. Links to each article below.
Coupling strategic engineering techniques with integrated management software helps unlock best-in-class alarm solutions. See five rules of alarm relevancy, three examples.
By standardizing on complete edge platforms, end users are simplifying edge software and hardware delivery, development, deployment, and support, while streamlining operations. See four edge platform building blocks and four concerns.
Engineers use artificial intelligence (AI) to magnify domain expertise and significantly cut time to end user.
Instrumentation and controls (I&C) operators are dealing with aging equipment that doesn’t allow them to take advantage of modern technology’s benefits, which can give them access to real-time information that allows them to make better decisions.
The emergence of new high availability technologies is making it more economical to implement a redundancy strategy for PLC, PAC and edge controllers.
A modern supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system should be designed to help manufacturers take advantage of digital transformation and should run on modern technology.
Key development tools and standards ensure interoperability among many EtherCAT devices and manufacturers.
MIT researchers created a system that lets robots effectively use grasped tools with the correct amount of force.
The future of automation, engineering and manufacturing relies on the younger workforce, and these 36 individuals are here to advance their industries now and for years to come.
Answer these questions to add speed, quality, and lower costs related to developing code for programmable logic controllers (PLCs). Many industrial automation workflows and software for PLCs haven’t kept pace with traditional software development.
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