Top 5 Control Engineering articles, February 10 to March 12: Engineers’ Choice winners, selecting and applying VFDs, high-performance HMIs, more
Articles about the 2015 Engineers’ Choice winners, selecting and applying VFDs, high-performance HMIs, artificial intelligence for control engineering and control system triggers were Control Engineering’s five most clicked articles from February 10 to March 12. Miss something? You can catch up here.
Control Engineering Top 5 most read articles online, for Feb. 10-Mar. 12 high-performance HMIs, the 2015 Engineers’ Choice winners, alarm management philosophy, PID for motion control and robotics, artificial intelligence for control engineering, and control system triggers. Link to each article below.
1. 2015 Engineers’ Choice Awards winners
A total of 26 winners and 27 honorable mentions were named for the 2015 Engineers’ Choice Awards, which were voted on by Control Engineering’s print and digital audience.
2. Selecting and applying VFDs
Clear understanding of the application, noise sources, and configuration parameters ensures peak variable speed drive (VFD) performance, efficiency, and reliability.
3. High-performance HMIs: Designs to improve operator effectiveness
Users and system designers consider how changing HMI strategy can help make operators better at their job and reduce those confused phone calls.
4. Artificial intelligence for control engineering
Robotics, cars, and wheelchairs are among artificial intelligence beneficiaries, making control loops smarter, adaptive, and able to change behavior, hopefully for the better.
5. Support-focused enterprise controls: Control system triggers
Upper-level system applications rely on movement detection circuits to produce dependable triggers when objects enter, stop in position, and exit process stations.
The list was developed using CFE Media’s web analytics for stories viewed on controleng.com, February 10 to March 12, for articles published within the last two months.
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