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  • Advanced Diagnostics Pay Off

    Impressive results earn "HART Plant of the Year" honor.

    Takayuki Aoyama, Mitsubishi Chemical Corp.
  • Case Study: Online Monitoring Pays Off

    Wireless system succeeds in avoiding costs and increasing uptime.

    Casey A. Connolly, Gulf Chemical & Metallurgical Corp., and Frank Mignano, SKF Reliability Systems
  • Empower The People

    Wireless condition monitoring cuts the cord on productivity.

    Paul Studebaker, CMRP, Plant Services Editor in Chief
  • Wireless Proves its Worth

    Plant's early experience leads to high value applications.

    Tim Gerami, PPG Industries, and Jerry Moon, Emerson Process Management
  • Houston, We Have Lift-off

    Several interesting new products got launched at ISA Expo.

    Mark Rosenzweig, Editor in Chief
  • Wireless Starts to Mesh

    Plants are taking a broader view of the role of the technology

    C. Kenna Amos, contributing editor
  • MIT Team Demonstrates Wireless Power Transfer

    Imagine a future in which wireless power transfer is feasible. A team from MIT’s Department of Physics, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies experimentally demonstrated an important step toward accomplishing this vision of the future.

  • The Invisible Threat

    Many users don’t trust an industrial wireless network solution. Some concerns are real. Most are ethereal. It’s important to know the differences.

  • Go beyond condition monitoring

    Despite condition monitoring, unplanned outages continue to be an issue, significantly impacting financial performance through lost production and extra repair costs.

    Neil Cooper, Invensys Process Systems
  • Improve control loop performance

    Specification of control valves doesn’t adequately emphasize the very basic requirement that valve position respond in a timely manner or even at all — leading to process variability.

    Gregory K. McMillan, Emerson Process Management
  • Wireless proponents take HART

    More chemical plants are expected to go wireless with the introduction of the new wireless protocol for HART devices.

    C. Kenna Amos, contributing editor
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