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- Web Exclusive: Multivariable predictive control
The glass ceiling of multivariable predictive control (MPC) refers to the low performance level of many MPC applications in industry today and
- Web Exclusive: ISA fully engaged in cybersecurity
Presidential Executive Order on Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity draws comprehensive response from ISA and AF
- Process Automation: Considerations for selecting a controller- or server-based batch sequencer
Selecting the right solution when designing your batch-sequencing system saves valuable design time and validation effort and simplifies maintenance
- Cover Story: Asset management systems increase reliability and efficiency
Make use of technology to overcome barriers to better maintenance practices and fully utilize smart instrument data
- Factory Automation: New standards and technologies streamline safety systems
Machine builders and end users can now enjoy benefits of new machine guarding technologies endorsed by international safety standards
- Automation IT: Big Data
We have all heard the term big data, a technique to gain competitive advantage from a company’s biggest IT asset. But what does it actually mean? Find inspiration from the success of others
- System Integration: Engineering maintenance of safety instrumented functions
Early involvement improves operations and maintenance through the safety life cycle
- Special Section: Security
Securing process automation and related information systems from cyber-attacks does not have to be an overwhelmingly complex process. See six steps to control system cybersecurity
- May-June Automation by the numbers
ARC believes that the water & wastewater industry represents one of the greatest opportunities for the automation business through the next 20 years. Throughout much of the developed world, including North America, Western Europe, and Japan, the existing water & wastewater infrastructure is aging rapidly and often suffering from neglect.
- Maverick, Bosch Rexroth, Siemens and Bentley, MESA
MAVERICK Technologies, Logos Technologies, and Global Velocity will develop a solution set to protect U.S. national infrastructure from potential cyber-attacks.