January 2011 Issue
Machine Builder's Switch to Remote I/O Provides Customers With an Easy Machine Integration Alternative
Endress+Hauser Launches the Cubemass Coriolis Flowmeter
Being Efficient Saves Money, and With Technology Today, There Is No Other Option Than to Embrace Efficiency
Encoders Are More Widely Used in Modern Designs Because of Higher Accuracy and Superior Digital Communication Interfaces
Reducing Energy Consumption Is an Imperative That Needs Maximum Visibility
Innovations That Industrial OEMs Bring to New Generations of Machine Automation Often Ignite Customer Expectations for Even More Performance
Langen's Optimization Method Drives Production Line Performance
Finding Information on Old Industrial Hardware Isn't as Easy as Looking Up Technical Support on Your New Computer
We Listen to Our Readers and Hear What They Have to Say on Safety Issues and Other Topics
Are There Any Design or Selection Guidelines for Linear Motors that can Simplify System Integration Headaches?
The Automation Public Has Been Given Misleading Things About IEC 61131 Portability. They Won't challenge These and Most Won't Go Find Out What the Standard Really Says. Why?
Higher Efficiency Demands Drive Power Supply Advances
Third-party I/O Suppliers Aren't Quite Primed for World Domination, but They've Been Gaining Increasingly Strong Footholds in Niche Markets
Golf Club Maker Cleveland Golf Is Beating Par on Its Manufacturing Game by Using a Physical Modeling and Simulation Tool
Half of the Food Manufacturers Surveyed in New Research from PMMI Say They Expect to Purchase New Equipment in the Next 12 Months