What’s It Like to Work Today as an Industrial Engineer?

What’s It Like to Work Today as an Industrial Engineer?

This post is authored by Joel Don, ISA’s community manager. Connect with Joel at LinkedIn. Here’s the bottom-line about careers in industrial automation, engineering and manufacturing technology: relatively stable employment, avenues for professional...
ISA-88 Marries Plant-Floor Automation with MES Supervision

ISA-88 Marries Plant-Floor Automation with MES Supervision

This guest blog post was written by Rick Slaugenhaupt, a senior engineer for MAVERICK Technologies, a Rockwell Automation company. This is Part 2 of a two-part series. Click this link to read Part 1.   This first part in this blog series provided some explanation...
Using ISA-88 to Enhance MES Implementation

Using ISA-88 to Enhance MES Implementation

This guest blog post was written by Rick Slaugenhaupt, a senior engineer for MAVERICK Technologies, a Rockwell Automation company. This is Part 1 of a two-part series. Click this link to read Part 2.   At its core, a manufacturing execution system (MES) is used...

Supplementing PID Feedback Control with Feedforward Action

This guest blog post was written by Rick Slaugenhaupt, a senior engineer for MAVERICK Technologies. This is Part 2 of a two-part series. Click this link to read Part 1. As described in the first part of this blog series, the ubiquitous PID is applied to nearly every...

Simple Enhancement of PID Control

This guest blog post was written by Rick Slaugenhaupt, a senior engineer for MAVERICK Technologies. This is part one of a two-part series. Click this link to read Part 2. The venerable PID is assuredly the most widely used algorithm in industrial process control. Its...

Automation Engineering Design Must Protect Against the Unexpected

This guest blog post was written by Paul Darnbrough, P.E., CAP, a principal engineer for  MAVERICK Technologies.  This is the first part in a three-part series. Click this link to read Part 2. Click this link to read Part 3. Anyone can drive down a wide-open, well...

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