Mobility
Mobility April 17, 2018

How to transition from traditional to digital plant-floor technologies

Improving plant efficiencies starts with bridging the gap between workforce generations. Generation X can help connect traditional industrial applications with digital manufacturing. See three benefits of mobility on the plant floor and implementation advice.

By Nate Kay and Lindsey Kielmeyer, MartinCSI
Mobility April 16, 2018

Seven benefits to using mobile software in your organization

Intuitive mobility automation and engineering software helps organizations attract and retain talent, driving competitive advantages.

By Mariana Dionisio, Emerson
Mobility March 5, 2018

2018 HMI Software and Hardware Study: Upward trends for HMIs

The 2018 HMI Software and Hardware study revealed several upward trends on the usage of human-machine interface software and hardware.

By Amanda Pelliccione
Mobility February 16, 2018

Apply technology advances to automation software

Automation software design inspiration comes from new technologies, partners, and involved customers.

By Melissa Topp, Iconics
Mobility February 1, 2018

Control Engineering hot topics, January 2018

Control Engineering's most clicked articles in January 2018 included stories about PID controllers, modular control systems, control and instrumentation results, 2018 technology trends, and VFD management. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Chris Vavra
Sponsored White Paper Mobility January 9, 2018

Advantages of a Mobile App Based HART Communicator

This white paper talks about the features users should look for in a mobile app based HART Communicator.

By CFE Media
Mobility November 12, 2017

What’s needed for wireless control?

Think Again: Wireless control in six easy steps: Technologies can enable wireless control and mobility applications. What are you waiting for?

By Mark T. Hoske, Control Engineering
Mobility November 9, 2017

Wireless control and mobility in automation

Advances in wireless control and mobility allow human-machine interface (HMI) systems allow devices to load and display relevant data that is based on a user’s location and proximity to networked equipment through multiple interfaces and screens.

By Melissa Topp, Iconics
Mobility October 30, 2017

Software for detecting diagnostic information on car developed

MIT researchers have developed machine learning software designed to take diagnostic information on any car through a smartphone by analyzing the car's sounds and vibrations, which are measured by the phone's accelerometers and microphone.

By David L. Chandler, MIT News Office
Mobility October 17, 2017

Architecting an interconnected enterprise

Automation, the conventional pinnacle of productivity, increasingly requires multi-platform connectivity to stakeholders across the enterprise to realize the advantages of smart manufacturing in the Industrie 4.0 era. How? Look at platforms, people, processes, and products.

By Amit Chadha