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HB-LED Industry Regroups to Capture Lighting Market

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Reinventing the Light Bulb: The HB-LED Industry Has an Enormous Opportunity in Solid-State Lighting, but It Will Require Help From Standard Automation and Control Solutions to Bring Down Cost

Machine vision in the wood industry

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Companies known to offer application-specific machine vision systems for the wood industry respond to several questions related to those applications and general acceptance of machine vision in this industry.

Wireless Tethers Itself to Industry

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Beginning With Incremental Improvements, Wireless Technology Will Continue to Take More of a Hold on Process and Discrete Production

Jacobs Brings Linear Servo Drive Technology to the Packaging Industry

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Packaging on the Fast Trak: Jacobs Automation Brings Linear Servo Drive Technology to the Packaging Industry to Reduce Changeover Downtime

Plasma Tools Carve Out Place in High Tech

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Plasma-Therm Aims to Keep It Simple in Diverse Industries Like MEMS and LEDs

Books for success in the automation, instrumentation and controls industry

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Industrial Factory Automation: Covering the world of automation, instrumentation and control, these industry books available from ISA are authoritative, thorough, and written and reviewed by experts.

2004 Readers' Choice Awards: Top Picks of the Factory Automation Industry

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Industrial Factory Automation: Tap into the collective mindset of CONTROL DESIGN readers to learn which machine control design system vendors won the annual 2004 Readers' Choice Awards for the best values in machine automation technology, and which product suppliers to the machine building ...

Standards Back Up Wireless Sensors

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The Wireless Sensors Fulfill OEM Requirements: Reliability, No Need for Signal or Power Wiring, and Adherence to an Industry-Wide Standard

Slow Progress in Discrete Industries for Wireless Sensors

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The Current Value Proposition for Wireless Sensors in Discrete Manufacturing Is Rooted in New Opportunities to Collect Manufacturing Data Where It Previously Was Not Possible

Industry Ready to Adopt Wireless Ethernet

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Industrial Factory Automation: Citing the inherent cost advantages Ethernet-based wireless networks can bring to processors, manufacturers and other industrial users, a recent industry study projects infrastructure spending on wireless network technology will more than double from the $75 million...

'Industry 4.0': What's Next for Manufacturing?

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The Next Revolution Is Intelligent Factories That Use Next-Generation Wireless Automation for All Processes

What Resources Do You Use to Get Industry News?

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Control Design Offers Readers Several Information Sources to Receive the Latest Updates. Check Out Our Social Media Pages, Online Forums, Blogs, White Papers and More

Think Outside Your Industry

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Introduction to Building Management and Smart-Device Framework Platform DGLux

The Shift to Industrial Networks

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How the Progression of Internet and Networked Computing Is Revolutionizing the Automation Industry

Providing Top Notch Network Support

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Purvis Industries Use Device Networks to Control Its Systems and Support the Network in the Field

Wireless Conquers Conservatism

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Compared with consumer electronics or even the automobile industry, there aren’t that many early adopters of new technology in chemical processing.

You say FISCO, and I say FNICO

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Many process industries embrace fieldbus technology, but, when it comes to hazardous environment applications, machine and skid builders who work in that space often need alternatives to those solutions.

Deep dive into brands

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The days of proprietary solutions that locked controls buyers into a supplier are pretty much over. Has a more-open-architecture, standards-based industry dimmed the value of your brand affinity?

Should Machine-to-Machine Scare Us?

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Will Implementing Device-Level Networks and Ethernet in Machines Help Your Customers?

HMI: From Consumer to Industry

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HMIs Continue to Incorporate the Consumer Tech We Can't Live Without

Case-and-Tray-Packer Builder Meets the Needs of Varied Industries

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Once Upon a Packer Builder: Field Service Engineers and Operator Interface Keep Customers Happy Ever After

Networking's Future

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Our Industry Experts and Leaders Predict Industry-Related Issues and Provide Solutions for These

Surviving Harsh Environments

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Food and Other Industries Make Specialized Sensor Demands

Summer Releases

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Just Like Most Americans Expect Big Movie Releases from Hollywood, You, Our Loyal Control Design Readers, Expect Big Industry Releases from Us. See What Those Are

Smart Machines and Savvy Supply Chains

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Industry Forum Addresses Needs of Global Machine Builders

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