Top 5 Control Engineering content: February 6-12, 2023
The top 5 articles from the past week covered material science innovations, advice for optimizing VFDs, and 2023 System Integrator Giants.
Control Engineering’s top 5 pieces of content over the past week covered material science innovations, advice for optimizing VFDs, and Control Engineering’s 2023 System Integrator Giants.
MIT physicists have found a new way to switch superconductivity on and off with magic-angle graphene by using a short electric pulse.
Recognizing variable frequency drives (VFD) parameters such as thermal current, pulse-width modulation and more can help engineers get better performance for many different applications.
CFE Media and Technology presents the 2023 System Integrator Giants, a ranking of the top systems integrators by system integration revenue as reported in the Global System Integrator Database.
The mandatory Microsoft DCOM hardening patch, “one of the best changes Microsoft has made for DCOM,” effects only a small percentage, but still a large number of applications. There’s no postponing the patch as of March. Be aware of the impact and related misinformation.
The Control Engineering Product of the Year program highlights some of the best new control, instrumentation, and automation products as chosen by Control Engineering‘s print and online subscribers.
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