Protecting Airport Power with Automatic Transfer Switches

Protecting Airport Power with Automatic Transfer Switches

This post was written by Nam Paik, vice president of sales at TSi Power. Singapore’s Changi Airport is the 18th busiest in the world. In 2014, it served more than 40 million passengers and 1.8 million tons of air freight. Airport systems are critical nerve centers of...
How to Achieve Optimal Web Tension Control

How to Achieve Optimal Web Tension Control

This post was written by Tapio Talvitie and Martin Ottosson of ABB.  Tension controls are crucially important, both for the runnability of the machine and for the overall quality of the product. However, this control is quite often executed imperfectly or even...
Where Do Humans Fit in the Factory of the Future?

Where Do Humans Fit in the Factory of the Future?

This post was written by Doug Aldrich, Ph.D., CFM, is a Denver-based industrial consultant.  Much has been written and forecasted about the various impacts of technologies on humans: work, pleasure, productivity, and behaviors. The exponential growth of technical...
Modular Systems Speed and Simplify New Plant Programming

Modular Systems Speed and Simplify New Plant Programming

This post was written by Marcus Tennant, principal systems architect at Yokogawa. Getting out the cake and candles may have been overdoing it, but ISA-88’s 20th birthday was 28 February 2015. Since 1995, it has served countless manufacturers, primarily in batch...

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