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Webinar Recording: Cybersecurity for Control Systems in Process Automation

  Attacks to your production system may happen at any time and at any level — from outside as well as from inside. Which concepts and measures exist to protect your assets efficiently from software attacks? The ISA99 standards development committee brings together industrial cybersecurity experts from across the globe to develop the ISA-62443 (IEC […]

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How to Monitor and Control Quality in Process Manufacturing

  In nearly all regions and industries, markets for products reflect the impact of globalization. The tactic of competing on price is increasingly giving way to a wider range of factors—including product quality. The idea of improving the quality attributes of products is not new, but it has become far more scientific in its approach. […]

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New Industrial Automation Strategies for Shale Gas Operators

  Global trends in the demand and supply of energy require constant improvement of technologies and services, exploration, and production. In this environment, shale gas has emerged as a key unconventional resource. With current operating challenges, the shale gas industry requires access to real-time data and improved process control capabilities to continually optimize the performance […]

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Webinar Recording: How to Choose a Modern, Integrated DCS Solution

To watch the webinar in full screen format, click this link. Today’s industrial organizations face a host of operational challenges. Ensuring the safety of personnel, equipment, and the environment are priorities for every facility. At the same time, plants must find ways to increase process efficiency, availability, and throughput—helping to improve their overall business performance. […]

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Future Engineers Benefit from ISA Student Sections

In a prior blog post, I talked about how ISA student sections present opportunities for members to shape future generations of automation professionals. This article focuses on the benefits students receive from active participation in section activities. Given the difference in levels of education, one might conclude that the student sections at Francis Tuttle Technology […]

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