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U.S. 'open for business' as Obama opens Hannover Messe
U.S. 'open for business' as Obama opens Hannover Messe

President pushes Transatlantic trade deal as America begins to showcase manufacturing at week-long global trade fair.Read More

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Companies to create smart microgrid using Internet of Energy platform
Companies to create smart microgrid using Internet of Energy platform

DNV GL, Group Nire and Geli (Growing Energy Labs, Inc.), will produce and operate an Internet of Energy (IoEn) platform designed to integrate and manage up to 100 distributed energy resources (DER)... Read More

U.S. motor-driven system energy savings
U.S. motor-driven system energy savings

Efficiency of motor-driven systems: Motor-driven system regulations are changing in the U.S. to improve efficiencies beyond individual motors. Considering the motion control system can deliver more... Read More

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It's clear by now that the Industrial Internet of Things is a transformative manufacturing strategy that will improve operations, reduce cost and increase quality and safety. This digital report is one of the many ways CFE Media will educate audiences on the importance of IIoT.
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Benefits of a virtualized power management strategy
Benefits of a virtualized power management strategy

Virtualization and power management: Power monitoring and management are complex and essential to maintaining continuous uptime at engineering facilities. A virtualization management system and a... Read More

Financial benefits of combining automation and safety projects
Financial benefits of combining automation and safety projects

Collaborating on seemingly disparate projects could help companies save money by having the different departments focus on areas where their interests and agendas overlap.Read More

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Did you know a digital version of the magazine is released every month? It is easily viewed from your desktop or tablet device. The April issue of Control Engineering includes stories on system integration best practices and a special section on Hannover Messe 2016.
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IHS will host five market discussions featuring leading IHS and industry experts discussing the impact smart technologies are having on industrial market dynamics for various products and verticals, while highlighting opportunities for future growth. Learn more.
Upcoming Webcast
Using current-limiting devices to improve Short-Circuit Current Rating (SCCR)
Presenter Erik Barnes will discuss the process of applying a current-limiting device to raise SCCR, explain the limits of use, and demonstrate how current-limiting devices can help solve SCCR challenges, as well as increase design and manufacturing flexibility with minimal to no impact on cost.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016, at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

Sponsored by: Bussmann by Eaton
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Advanced memory and data exchange system
Advanced memory and data exchange system

Kaman's Advanced Memory and Data Exchange Universal System (AMADEUS) includes the Model 9740... Read More

Overcurrent protection unit for critical loads
Overcurrent protection unit for critical loads

Phoenix Contact’s single-channel electronic PTCB overcurrent protection is well suited for... Read More

Signal splitter carrier
Signal splitter carrier

Acromag's uBSP carrier is used with plug-in microBlox (uB) input modules to build a flexible signal... Read More

Modular terminal block series
Modular terminal block series

Weidmuller's Klippon Connect A-Series application range modular terminal blocks are designed... Read More

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