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Asset Management November 1, 1998

Control engineers are back in charge

Who makes the automation decisions in your company? Is it the plant manager, the control engineer, the process engineer, or the manufacturing engineer? Or is it the MIS department, the IT department, or even the ceo?A growing number of automation suppliers are telling us that more automation decisions are being made in the board room, at the highest levels of the company.

By Jane S. Gerold, Editorial Director
Asset Management July 1, 1998

Emerson acquires Westinghouse PCD for Fisher-Rosemount group

To serve more of the power-hungry power market and round out its solutions from field devices to automation systems, Emerson Electric Co. recently acquired the Westinghouse Process Control Division (PCD, Pittsburgh, Pa.) of CBS Corp.A worldwide supplier of automation to the commercial power and wastewater industries, especially in China and Eastern Europe, Westingho...

By Staff
Asset Management March 1, 1998

May We Have the Envelopes Please

"Control products just keep getting more advanced, yet simpler to use,"was the consensus among editors at Control Engineering when it was time for them to choose the best control products of 1997. For the 11th consecutive year, the editors chose the 50 best products based on three criteria: technological advancement, impact on the market, and service to the industry.

By Michael Drakulich and Henry Morris, Control Engineering
Asset Management February 1, 1998

It’s Showtime!

Well, you asked for it. The 1998 edition of one of the world's largest manufacturing and technology shows is tanned, rested, and ready to go seamless.Evolving as a result of recent feedback from visitors and exhibitors requesting an even more streamlined and workable event, this year's National Industrial Automation Show (NIAS), and the three other shows that make up National Manufacturin...

By Jim Montague, CONTROL ENGINEERING
Asset Management January 1, 1970

ABB, IFS partner, blend solutions

Tucson, Ariz.— IFS and ABB Automation announced Feb. 5 plans to integrate and market solutions blending ABB's Industrial IT platform with IFS' business applications. IFS software components for Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) will be integrated with process control solutions from ABB Automation.

By Staff