Thursday, June 28, 2018
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Five essential criteria for effective mobile HMIs
Five essential criteria for effective mobile HMIs

Mobile human-machine interface (HMI) strategies should consider security, ease of use, level of access and detail, and collaboration when bringing HMI interfaces from the control room to the plant floor.Read More

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Process controls: More with less
Process controls: More with less

Process controls and instrumentation need to be more intuitive with more integrated intelligence, and they are, out of necessity, because of retiring talent with too few replacements. Three... Read More

Top 5 best practices for designing HMIs for mobile devices
Top 5 best practices for designing HMIs for mobile devices

When designing human-machine interfaces (HMIs) for mobile devices consider critical factors such as navigation, layout, and system controls.Read More

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Replacing stationary HMIs with contextual HMIs
Replacing stationary HMIs with contextual HMIs

Mobile devices with human-machine interface software can be used in the context of the worker’s location and work that needs to be performed. Contextual HMIs allow workers to increase efficiencies... Read More

Software and data security compliance responsibility in the cloud
Software and data security compliance responsibility in the cloud

Software and data security and regulatory compliance in the cloud should not be taken for granted because security in the cloud is often intangible and less visible, which may create anxiety about... Read More

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E-magazine
Read, search, download, and share the digital edition of Control Engineering. Topics this month include: discrete and process sensor tips, auto-tuning control advice, mobile HMIs, and a system integrator roundtable. Read it on your computer or tablet now.
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Engineering Leaders Under 40
Control Engineering and Plant Engineering are now accepting nominations for the 2018 Engineering Leaders Under 40 program to those who have made significant contributions to their plant and to the control engineering and/or plant engineering professions. Nominees must be working professionals who are under the age of 40 as of Sept. 1, 2018.
Deadline extended to: June 29, 2018.
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2019 System Integrator of the Year
For the 14th System Integrator of the Year program, Control Engineering and Plant Engineering are looking for the best integrators in the automation business to feature on the cover of the Global System Integrator Report in December 2018.
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IIoT solution for manufacturers
IIoT solution for manufacturers

Godlan's Prophecy IoT is designed to collected vast amounts of important machine and operational... Read More

Augmented reality software for operational efficiency
Augmented reality software for operational efficiency

Schneider Electric's EcoStruxure Augmented Operator Advisor augmented reality (AR) software brings... Read More

PC-based control technology
PC-based control technology

The CP6600 and CP6700 PC-based control technology from Beckhoff is scalable in terms of hardware... Read More

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

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