Here is new edition of Control Engineering magazine March 2014. In this issue, you can read latest information on technology, products, news and trends in processing, discrete, and hybrid manufacturing industries.
Virtual manufacturing environment: 4 ways to transition
Here’s what to consider when transitioning to a virtualized manufacturing environment. Look at upgrading timing, assessing limits and needs, and minimizing failures.
Precise motion control gives famous vessel new life
A piece of Cold War history uses automation for precise control of its floating dry dock. Less expensive components and in-house engineering allowed for a more advanced system.
Right-sizing a motion control system can improve energy efficiency
Mechatronic design tools and scalable control solutions help manufacturers optimize energy efficiency and lower total cost of ownership.
Can and should vendors fill the engineering gap?
Suffering a technical brain drain? How much can vendors and distributors help? Here are 5 specific ways customers can get help and how to do so effectively.
Building sustainable value through improved reliability
Creating a four-fold framework for instrument reliability has earned Dow Chemical’s Deer Park facility the HART Plant of the Year Award.
Geographic Eligibility: USA (Print or Digital), Canada, Mexico, Selected International (Digital Only)
About Control Engineering Magazine:
Control Engineering is the must-read information source for engineering decision makers in the global control, instrumentation, and automation marketplace. It has been providing premier information on technology, products, news and trends in processing, discrete, and hybrid manufacturing industries for more than five decades. Each issue provides the right balance of editorial to keep you on top of the latest industry developments.