Six key findings on mobility, Ethernet, wireless
With the 2014 Mobility, Ethernet, and Wireless Study, Control Engineering identified the following six trends regarding integration, use, and spending for mobility, Ethernet, and wireless technologies.
2014 Information Integration Study: Five findings on integrating operations
Key findings on how companies have undertaken projects to integrate multiple levels within their organization.
Control Engineering salary and career survey, 2015
Control Engineering research: While slightly less is expected for salary and significantly more for bonuses in 2015 compared to 2014, concerns about shortages of skilled workers remained highest on the list of challenges. This online report has additional graphics and details, with links to past research and related articles. NEW: Salary by engineering education, discipline, years, age.
Control Engineering 2015 Cyber Security Study
This study was conducted by Control Engineering to evaluate cyber security implementation, resources, and training. See 7 findings for protecting control systems.
2014 System Integration Study: Five hardware integration trends
Seventy-five percent of respondents to the Control Engineering 2014 System Integration Study perform system integration services, either for their own projects or for third-party affiliates.
2014 Wireless Study: 8 key findings on wireless technologies
Respondents to the Control Engineering 2014 Mobility, Ethernet, and Wireless Study identified eight important high-level findings regarding wireless technologies.
2014 Ethernet Study: 10 key findings on Ethernet technologies
Respondents to the Control Engineering 2014 Mobility, Ethernet, and Wireless Study identified 10 important high-level findings regarding Ethernet technologies.
Control Engineering 2014 Mobility Study
According to the data in this report, benefits for using mobile devices on the plant floor include easier data access and increase productivity, 74% of users are allowed to use this technology on their plant network, and more than half of respondents expect an increase in mobility products and service spending in 2015.
Control Engineering 2014 Cyber Security Study
Cyber threats to control systems are high, frequencies of vulnerability assessments are low, and many organizations are lacking a capable cyber incident response team. Are your systems at risk?