Process Manufacturing

Process Manufacturing July 5, 2022

Building interoperable control systems

Mixing control system components from different manufacturers often took more integration time than practical. Efforts from Open Process Automation Forum are leading to interoperability among controls manufacturers.

By Mark T. Hoske
Process Manufacturing June 30, 2022

Process knowledge system upgraded for improved automation

Honeywell's Experion Process Knowledge System (PKS) is designed to provide process automation features and functionality to end users across the industrial sector. 

By Honeywell
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
Data Acquisition August 24, 2022

Data as the basis for industrial digitalization

Data and networking between machines will lead to new business models and services and industrial owner/operators of all sizes can participate.

By Jan Kiehne
Courtesy: Siemens
Simulators, Optimizers May 13, 2022

Faster productivity: Reduce time to market with virtual commissioning

Webcast has help for next-generation machine design, simulation, and control collaboration with a software demonstration, showing how to use a digital twin for virtual commissioning. Also see advice below.

By Scott Felber and Ken Sears
40 under 40
Diagnostics, Asset Management September 26, 2022

Top 5 Control Engineering content: September 19-25, 2022

The most-viewed content from the past week covered 2022 engineering leaders under 40, advanced analytics applications, sustainability, automation safety and more.

By Morgan Green
wastewater vials
Process Safety August 25, 2022

Synthetic polymer can remove dyes from wastewater

North Carolina State University researchers have demonstrated that a reusable synthetic polymer can remove dyes from water.

By Laura Oleniacz
Figure 1: The ability to deploy WirelessHART devices makes monitoring systems much easier to deploy. Courtesy: Emerson
Sensors, Actuators September 8, 2022

Four practical steps to improved sustainability

Digital transformation concepts are the basis for projects to increase efficiency and reduce carbon footprint.

By Shane Hale