Diagnostics, Asset Management

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Analytics April 7, 2022

Electronic system design industry reports double-digit revenue growth

A SEMI technology community announces an increased revenue of 14.4% to $3.4 billion in Q4 2021 in the electronic system design industry.

By SEMI
Graph of manufacturing technology orders.
Analytics March 21, 2022

Manufacturing technology orders up more than 30% YOY

Strong consumer demand drove continued investments in manufacturing technology in all stages of the supply chain, leading to more than $400 million in manufacturing orders.

By Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT)
Courtesy: Fluke Reliability Solutions
Analytics March 7, 2022

Improving maintenance operations with data analytics

Increase reliability by planning and integrating analytics using Big Data that’s already being collected during maintenance operations. See five steps to implementing data analytics in maintenance operations.

By Aaron Merkin
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Analytics February 25, 2022

Benefits of developing a security awareness program

Creating a strong metrics framework for a security awareness program can help companies identify what matters and how to protect themselves.

By Lance Spitzner
Courtesy: Iconics
Diagnostics, Asset Management February 11, 2022

Configuring alarms in an asset tree improves alarm management

Alarm servers deliver real-time alarm management throughout a system, allowing a company to organize alarms in an intuitive asset structure for easy navigation and roll-up, according to a company with a Control Engineering Engineers’ Choice Award product.

By Mary Anne Ballouz
Courtesy: Seeq
Analytics January 31, 2022

Creating value from advanced analytics to improve operations

Advanced analytics applications are a key component as power generation, transmission, and distribution companies advance on their digital transformation journeys.

By Giro Iuliano
Courtesy: Seeq
Analytics December 27, 2021

Top 5 Control Engineering articles December 20-26, 2021

Articles about advanced analytics allowing engineers and data scientists to work together, and accelerating digital twin technology adoption were Control Engineering’s five most clicked articles from December 20-26, 2021. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Keagan Gay
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Analytics December 18, 2021

Getting the most value from a facility’s data

Companies are turning to their information technology (IT) departments to leverage and gain insights on the large amounts of data being generated.

By Brian Fenn
Spreadsheets were not designed to analyze process data, leading to difficulties.
Analytics December 1, 2021

Advanced analytics allows engineers and data scientists to work together

Empowering engineers to interact directly with data, often using algorithms developed by data scientists, accelerates time to insight.

By Krista Novstrup
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Analytics October 26, 2021

Are manufacturers complacent about digital transformation?

New research has revealed that the manufacturing industry is dangerously underestimating the role that technology will play in building a sustainable operation that can thrive in the face of future pandemics, the climate crisis and economic and political instability.

By Control Engineering Europe