December 2013: Feature Articles

  • Control the cost of energy
  • Alwyn Rautenbach talks on solar power and the Assmang Khumani project
  • Protect industrial control ­systems from cyber attack

November 2013: Feature Articles

  • Optimising industrial Ethernet solutions for automation convergence
  • Altech selects Siemens for ­Manufacturing Execution System
  • Coriolis: an increasingly versatile angle on flow
  • Flexim clamp-on flowmeter solutions
  • Getting the most out of a magnetic flowmeter
  • Imana Foods migrates to Wonderware’s latest MES solution
  • ISA-108 intelligent device management focuses on work processes
  • OSSDs, safety signals, or what’s in a name?
  • Right the Concordia
  • Rockwell Automation addresses mining investment risks
  • To OEE or not to OEE? That is the question

October 2013: Feature Articles

  • The evolution of accuracy in level measurement
  • Ethernet and wireless technologies enable manufacturing Internet of Things
  • Getting the most from a compressed air system
  • Wireless possibilities

September 2013: Feature Articles

  • World-Beam: versatile sensor solutions from Banner
  • Antenna basics for industrial wireless systems
  • How reliable are industrial Ethernet products?
  • Liberate stranded information and diagnostics with industrial wireless
  • Productivity through security
  • Reducing downtime for hazardous area PC controllers
  • Vision 101
  • Wonderware improves network control at Egoli Gas

August 2013: Feature Articles

  • Radar for bulk solids
  • SAIMC: elevating the automation, instrumentation, and control industry
  • Cooling today’s sizzling hot data centres
  • Critical components of industrial grade wireless devices
  • EtherCAT synchronises the ­movement of 1216 servo axes
  • Metso controlling the cooling for DESY
  • Not all magmeters are equal
  • Safety laser scanners vs safety mats

July 2013: Feature Articles

  • More than you expect
  • Calculating intrinsically safe loop approvals – Part 2
  • IP-based cellular technology grows up

Technews Industry Guide - Wireless 2013: Feature Articles

  • Antenna basics for industrial wireless systems
  • Building safer, more secure and smarter wireless plants
  • Honeywell’s OneWireless network
  • How to select a cellular RTU for water and wastewater applications
  • ISA100.11a and WirelessHART: Convergence and co-existence
  • Overcoming barriers to industrial wireless adoption
  • Yokogawa’s ‘Wireless Anywhere’ business concept

June 2013: Feature Articles

  • The perfect fit
  • Reducing fire risks in electrical substation environments
  • Rob McGreevy’s future of industrial automation
  • X-Change 2013 report-back from Sun City

May 2013: Feature Articles

  • Next level radar instrumentation
  • ABB’s electromagnetic flowmeter masters pulp flow at Sappi
  • Honeywell eyes Africa’s carbon value chain
  • Siemens extends engineering framework for automation and drive technology

April 2013: Feature Articles

  • The human differentiator
  • Invensys technology boosts real-time efficiency
  • On the road to autonomy
  • Quality management at the click of a mouse

March 2013: Feature Articles

  • Schneider Electric's PlantStruxure solution
  • Address standard IPv6 changes the face of automation
  • Advances in integrated CIP Motion over Ethernet/IP
  • Facilities management for manufacturing
  • GSM-2 from Keller
  • Industrial Ethernet for automation applications
  • Moving from business intelligence to intelligent operations
  • Optimised industrial gateway performance and management
  • Wireless liberates stranded information and diagnostics

February 2013: Feature Articles

  • The future of touch control
  • New autonomous robots overcome previous limitations
  • Pushing the boundaries of batch
  • Rockwell helps mines reduce risks
  • Scada Review influences readers

January 2013: Feature Articles

  • Smar LD400 HART pressure transmitters
  • Conveyor system protection
  • Remote event notification increases productivity
  • The technology behind industrial grade NAS
  • Yokogawa exclusive