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Artificial intelligence's impact on the robotics industry
Artificial intelligence's impact on the robotics industry

Cover story: Researchers and manufacturers are looking to teach robots how to learn and handle complex tasks with artificial intelligence (AI), but their capabilities are quite a bit removed from what people believe robots are capable of achieving. Read More

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Ladder logic 403: Message scrolling and multiple faults
Ladder logic 403: Message scrolling and multiple faults

Two faults happening at the same time in ladder logic is extremely unlikely, but there are different situations and scenarios users need to be cognizant of and plan for accordingly.Read More

Advancing intelligent motion control
Advancing intelligent motion control

Modern manufacturing demands technologies and methodologies focused on minimizing engineering requirements as well as expediting machine motion control by breaking down complex sequences into... Read More

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The TIA Portal shortens your time to market, increases the productivity of your plant through additional diagnostics and energy management functions, and offers you broader flexibility by connecting to the management level. Learn more.
Global robotics standards update
Global robotics standards update

Keeping standards up to date with technology: Industrial robot safety standards remain in development to help lower risk for those integrating, implementing, using and maintaining robotics.Read More

Five smart warehousing predictions
Five smart warehousing predictions

Warehousing and logistics is evolving from being a static component in the supply chain to an area ripe for smart transformation. Five predictions including robotics and predictive maintenance are... Read More

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Digital Edition
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 cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, IIoT integration, and additive manufacturing.
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Hammond Manufacturing stocks thousands of enclosures for various machine control applications. Pushbuttons, wireway, junction boxes and wallmount enclosures of various design available to keep your project on schedule. Contact us at sales@hammfg.com with your enclosure needs. Learn more.
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IIoT Webcast Series 2018, Webcast One: Cloud and mobility in field operations
Connected assets, rich data, and cloud-based analytics increase reliability and support optimization of field equipment installations. Predictive maintenance and closed-loop control can be applied to remote operations while remaining under centralized management.

Thursday, April 19, 2018, at 11 a.m. PT/1 p.m. CT/2 p.m. ET

Sponsored by: Emerson Reliability Solutions, Infor Global Solutions, Oracle + NetSuite
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Featured Products
Motion control package for precision robotic applications
Motion control package for precision robotic applications

The Festo Motion Control Package (FMCP) is a control system for coordinated motion of up to six... Read More

Left-hand shaft worm gearboxes
Left-hand shaft worm gearboxes

AutomationDirect's IronHorse worm gearbox line now includes left hand shaft models in four frame... Read More

Data scanner for vibration-based condition monitoring
Data scanner for vibration-based condition monitoring

Pruftechnik's Vibscanner 2 is designed to increases the efficiency of vibration-based condition... Read More

High-lift compressors
High-lift compressors

Danfoss' Turbocor TTH/TGH high-lift compressors are designed to give chiller manufacturers a... Read More

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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.