Posts Tagged ‘wireless field network’

Wireless Multi-Rate Model Predictive Control

Posted in Industrial IoT on Monday, January 22nd, 2018. No comments yet
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Communications networks have become pervasive at many levels in control system architectures. As wireless networks and the Industrial Internet of Things become more common, the complexity and security requirements for these networks grows. Emerson’s Felipe Fakir shared a new book on these communication networks with me. He co-authored one of the chapter. The book, Networked […]

Knowledge Sharing at Ovation User Group

Posted in Control & Safety Systems, Power Generation on Monday, February 3rd, 2014. One comment so far
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User group conferences are a tremendous source of peer-to-peer knowledge sharing. What’s learned at these conferences can be invaluable as a shortcut to learning what works well, what to avoid, and who has similar interests with whom you can connect. Combined Cycle Journal editor, Bob Schwieger, shared his experiences in an article, Users push tomorrow’s […]

WirelessHART Control Applications

Posted in Industrial IoT on Friday, March 13th, 2009. No comments yet
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Control Engineering magazine had a thought-provoking article, Commentary: Are you using wireless for control? Process industries editor, Peter Welander was at the ARC Advisory Group forum last month in Orlando. After hearing Emerson’s Bob Karschnia present on the topic of wireless, Peter wrote: Listening to the presentation, I could hardly believe my ears. “30% of […]