Project Management

Project Management March 20, 2002

NMW 2002: Entivity expects new VLC in April, Studio in June

Chicago, IL. - Entivity (Ann Arbor, Mich.) updated progress over the past year since its February 2001 formation. The company reviewed performance and announced coming product upgrades at a press conference here on March 19, at National Manufacturing Week, which includes the Industrial Automation Show (March 18-21).

By Control Engineering Staff
Project Management March 1, 2002

Honeywell, Mustang to develop BP’s deepwater projects

Phoenix, Ariz. - The Industry Solutions business of Honeywell announced Feb. 11 that BP has selected it and Mustang Automation and Control (Houston, Tex.) as the control system vendor and integration supplier, respectively, for the planned development of the BP Deepwater Development fields in the Gulf of Mexico.

By Control Engineering Staff
Project Management February 7, 2002

Emerson’s fiscal 1Q02 earnings down 28.5%; process control sales up 3%

St. Louis, Mo. - Emerson announced Feb. 5 that its net earnings decreased 28.5% to $255 million in first quarter fiscal 2002 from $357 million in first quarter fiscal 2001.

By Jim Montague, news editor
Project Management December 15, 2001

The Control System Integrator Quest

Where can the control engineer find a really good, competent Control System Integrator? That is a great question, and the Control System Integrators Association (CSIA) believes it has an answer. Even though most control engineers know what control system integrators (CSI) do and that their participation in a project can add tangible value, clarification of a CSI's function might be approp...

By Norm O'Leary, executive director, CSIA
Project Management December 1, 2001

‘Sensor-to-Boardroom’ Integration is Doable

In the 1970s the State of Qatar—a small peninsula nation jutting into the Persian Gulf—discovered what experts believe to be the world's largest single natural-gas reserve, estimated to be 500 trillion ft3.Despite Qatar's abundance of natural gas, until the early 1990s natural gas production was confined to domestic use.

By Dave Harrold, Control Engineering
Project Management November 28, 2001

3Q01 industrial laser shipments down 37%

McLean, Va.-Shipments of industrial laser equipment and systems for North America and U.S. exports for 2001's third quarter were down 37% from the year before to $105.2 million, according to a recent report by the Laser System Product Group (LSPG) of the Association for Manufacturing Technology (AMT).

By Jim Montague, news editor
Project Management May 1, 2001

The Rating Game

Don't play around with finding automation project help. New guidelines suggest how to select and work with a control system integrator.

By Control Engineering Staff
Project Management March 15, 2001

Entivity expands into automation project management


By Mark T. Hoske, editor-in-chief
Project Management February 1, 2001

Westinghouse’s Ovation selected in China

Westinghouse Process Control was recently awarded a $1.2 million contract to provide its Ovation control system hardware and project management services to Liaoning Power Bureau (Liaoning, China) in the heavily industrialized region of Manchuria. The Electric Power Research Institute's Northeast China group has been selected to provide software-engineering expertise ...

By Staff
Project Management January 1, 2001

Pocket-size tachometer, full-size functionality

Michigan City, Ind. -Series Tac pocket tachometer takes non-contact, contact and linear speed measurements. Series Tac allows the user to view the rotating target and the six-digit LCD simultaneously.

By Control Engineering Staff