Control Engineering January 2022 online table of contents
Control Engineering is producing 10 print/digital editions this year and we want to ensure you have easy access to as much content as ever with two Control Engineering Inside editions in 2022, January and November.
Below is a sampling of some Control Engineering online content for January 2022, also pushed out to subscribers on Jan. 19 in the new Control Engineering Insider newsletter. For other months, please see www.controleng.com/magazine, and daily at www.controleng.com.
As industry shifts from a layered ISA-95 (Purdue) Model, and moves more toward an Industry 4.0 model, Yokogawa OpreX products, services and solutions helps customers add value leading to industrial autonomy. Yokogawa Cloud helps data enablement, data curation, data analytics, cybersecurity and identity management. Courtesy: Yokogawa
Learn more about the unique functional principle of EtherCAT and how it simplifies implementation for end users while expanding the number of available devices.
Customers struggle to successfully collect data trapped in machines, analyze the data in a fast, efficient and cost-effective way, and interpret data to increase productivity, said Charlie Emerson, director of industry marketing for Emerson’s Machine Automation Solutions business. See video.
Think Again: PLC programming, AI and control system evolution, the Career and Salary Survey and HMI/SCADA design were among top articles posted on the Control Engineering website during 2021. Why? See also top 3 covers, top 10 articles posted prior to 2021.
Electronic system design (ESD) industry revenue increased 17.1% year-over-year in the third quarter of 2021.
Duke University researchers have developed insights into the atomistic dynamics of emerging solid-state batteries to speed their evolution and move beyond lithium.
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) security should be a priority for every manufacturer and not left on the backburner. Every device potentially can be hacked.
Articles about the most-viewed articles of 2021, machine learning, motor nameplates, the IT/OT relationship and LV drive trends were Control Engineering’s five most clicked articles from January 10-16, 2022. Miss something? You can catch up here.
A major controls vendor focuses on industry, uses cloud-based software, artificial intelligence and advanced robotics integration to move customers from industrial automation to autonomous operations.
Analysis of past attacks in the throwback attack series, attacks on operational technology assets, industrial malware, industrial ransomware and physical plant damage beyond computers are among leading topics of industrial cybersecurity interest in 2021.
Many companies offer software for data analytics to create information and insights from data collected from automation, controls and instrumentation. Most data-gathering software also downloads in a spreadsheet format: Many users have spreadsheets for special applications or quick insights.
The most-viewed articles about motors and drives posted over the last year include servomotor types, electric motors, motor types and more.
Software as a service (SaaS) brings faster-than-local software performance without installation or versioning hassles, for CAD, PLM, IIoT and augmented reality development, according to PTC at the LiveWorx 2021 conference.
The pandemic and worsening manufacturing worker shortage has created opportunities for manufacturers to increase automation to improve plant and workforce productivity. Tools to enhance factory operations (factoryops) will drive faster, better decision-making to improve production and empower talent.
Machine learning (ML) applications are evolutionary by nature, so it is important to understand how they work and keep looking for new ways to apply them to deliver an automation advantage.
IIoT for Engineers
German machine builder Aixemtec accelerates high-precision assembly of micro-optics with innovative automation solutions, reducing setup by a factor of eight.
Inside Machines, Part 2: Using calculations and equations will demonstrate how to correctly size a rotary knife application based on previous data. Part 1 covered key terms.
Inertial measurement units (IMUs) are key to delivering highly precise position sensing for fully autonomous vehicles at a mass market price.
Examining industrial control system cybersecurity requires looking at audits, access controls, threat detection, risk mitigation, process sensor security and authentication and vendor collaboration.
Back to Basics
Automating palletizing and depalletizing is far from one-size-fits-all. Consider these tips for developing an optimal solution.