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Control Engineering Salary and Career Survey, 2018
Control Engineering Salary and Career Survey, 2018

Career Update 2018: Engineers are getting paid more and a greater percentage expect to get increases in 2018, but the technical challenge and a general feeling of accomplishment remains the highest factors for job satisfaction.Read More

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Finding common ground for IT/OT convergence
Finding common ground for IT/OT convergence

Finding a common understanding between information technology (IT) and operations technology (OT) means avoiding a lot of issues with overall facility operations.Read More

Manufacturing in the cloud: What are the risks with cloud service models?
Manufacturing in the cloud: What are the risks with cloud service models?

Cloud computing promises better and more efficient usage of resources and virtually unlimited scalability and greater flexibility, but they also carry a number of technical and business risks that... Read More

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Machine Vision Digital Report
Machine vision isn’t a cure-all, but applications are many more than they used to be, and vision systems and devices are a lot easier and more cost effective to buy and specify, implement, integrate, and use than before. That’s because of advancements in vision system designs, computing power, algorithms, optics, and communications. Learn more.
Engineering advice: Education, workplace strategies, tips
Engineering advice: Education, workplace strategies, tips

Control Engineering career and salary survey advice is offered by those taking the 2018 survey and education and workplace strategies were the biggest topics, followed by engineering tips.Read More

Learn from others' mistakes in automation integration project management
Learn from others' mistakes in automation integration project management

Think Again: Minimize risk and maximize rewards of control system integration projects with this advice.Read More

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E-magazine
Read, search, download, and share the digital edition of Control Engineering. Topics this month include: the 2018 Salary and Career Survey, robot standards and safety, and interoperability. 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. Learn more.
Upcoming Webcast
IIoT Webcast Series 2018, Part Two: The role of connectivity in collaborative projects
This webcast will look at how engineers develop products, execute projects, and sustain productivity–with support from a cyber-physical world. IIoT supports digital transformation. Going forward, decisions made as to how industrial enterprises, and project managers, can leverage a maturing IIoT market, will have impact.

Thursday, June 14, 2018, at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

Sponsored by: Epicor, Kepware Technologies, Oracle +NetSuite, Universal Robots
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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

Remote asset monitoring for microgrid applications
Remote asset monitoring for microgrid applications

Caterpillar's Connect Remote Asset Monitoring offers real-time collection and remote monitoring of... Read More

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