Control Systems

Warehouse automation product launches from integrators by product type by integrator in 2021.
Automation, Controls November 16, 2021

Robotics and software make up 51% of new products

Robotics and software products account for the majority of product launches in 2021 according to an Interact Analysis report.

By Rueben Scriven
Dieter Krockauer, VP Digital Transformation at Kinexon. Courtesy: Kinexon
Automation October 24, 2021

Succeeding with digital transformation post COVID-19

See three recommendations for companies to seize the extraordinary opportunity to automate that the pandemic disruptions created.

By Dieter Krockauer
Courtesy: ControlSphere LLC
PLCs, PACs November 24, 2021

PLC object orientation guidelines published

PLCopen started an object-oriented programming (OOP) guidelines initiative in order to create a more homogeneous method.

By PLCopen
Courtesy: University of Missouri
AI and Machine Learning November 27, 2021

Researchers use simulated environments to train AI

University of Missouri engineers are hoping to enhance artificial intelligence (AI) by using simulated environments.

Dedicated Controls June 17, 2017

Industrial motor control system

Striatech's switched reluctance (SR) motor and dedicated control combination is designed for industrial applications such as large conveyors for steady operation.

By Striatech
Courtesy: APC Performance LLC
PID, APC October 1, 2021

Control Engineering hot topics, September 2021

Control Engineering's most clicked articles in September 2021 included stories on the 2021 Engineering Leaders Under 40, APC and control system improvements, COVID-19 testing, digital transformation ROI and more. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Chris Vavra
Courtesy: VTScada by Trihedral
DCS, SCADA, Controllers November 2, 2021

Control Engineering hot topics, October 2021

Control Engineering's most clicked articles in October 2021 included stories on the Engineers' Choice finalists, SCADA and automation, embedded systems, machine control migrations and more. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Chris Vavra