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From the editor's desk: Technews Industry Guide – Wireless
July 2013, Technews Publishing (SA Instrumentation & Control), News
The SA Instrumentation and Control team has prepared something extra for you this month. It is becoming obvious that industrial wireless is shaking off the uncertainties that have plagued it for the ...

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SAIMC: Secunda branch
January 2013, SAIMC, SAIMC
Three of the founding members of the Secunda branch ended their service on the committee at the end of 2012. They are Peter Zietsman, Brian Edwards and Dennis Hoffman, who have collectively served on ...

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Control loop case history 127
September 2012, Michael Brown Control Engineering, System Integration & Control Systems Design
Reasons for severe control problems in mines.

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The Jim Pinto Column: Chindia and the workforce legacies
August 2010, News
In this new era of globalisation, nations and regions are engaged in a war of ideas and innovation in the pursuit of wealth. Whoever makes things better, cheaper, faster – will win! It takes innovative ...

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Secunda branch
January 2010, SAIMC, SAIMC
The Secunda branch activities for 2009 ended with a very well organised year-end function which, from feedback received, was enjoyed by everyone who attended. For our last site visit of 2009, NIC Instruments ...

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The Jim Pinto Column: The future of capitalism
November 2009, News
We have been discussing the ailments and aberrations of the current form of capitalism – the rise and fall of giants, grossly unfair CEO compensation, and changing global scenarios. Please do not mistake ...

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The Jim Pinto Column: Staffing, wealth-creation and computing
October 2009, News
Hire higher When I was starting out in business, I remember asking Ken Olsen, founder of DEC, for advice. He smiled, “Never hire someone who is not better than you are. If you are always the best, when ...

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The Jim Pinto Column: Large companies in decline
September 2009, News
Schumacher’s 1973 book, ‘Small is Beautiful’ was prescient. He sounded the alarm regarding globalisation, asking how much further growth was possible. He was critical of a society that generates unbounded ...

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Photographs from Process Automation and Information Technology 2009
July 2009, Technews Publishing (SA Instrumentation & Control), News
 
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The Jim Pinto column: Wake up and smell the software
May 2009, News
Thriving in a downturn No one really knows whether or when the current economic slide will turn around. My own view is that this is an inflection point, a serious break from the past, a wake-up call ...

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Process Expo 2009 preview: Introduction and overview
May 2009, News
It is with great excitement that we invite you to join us at Process Expo 2009 on 19, 20 and 21 May at JHB Expo Centre (Nasrec) – the largest and most comprehensive process show ever! The Process Automation, ...

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Process Expo 2009 preview: Atlas Industrial Systems - Stand 17
May 2009, Atlas Industrial Systems, Sensors & Transducers
Atlas will be exhibiting ASM’s latest addition to its MEMS-based POSITILT range, the PTAM2. The new tilt sensor, with ranges from ±5 to ±180° for single axis and from ±5 to ±60° for dual axes, is housed ...

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Process Expo 2009 preview: AT Technical Services - Stand J7B
May 2009, AT Technical Services & Supplies, Sensors & Transducers
AT Technical Services will be exhibiting the new Taylored Instruments RDR12000 – a 26 GHz radar in a robust aluminium housing with an anticorrosion lid. The RDR 12000 is designed for reliable readings ...

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Process Expo 2009 preview: Allpronix - Stand G1
May 2009, Allpronix, Sensors & Transducers
Allpronix will be officially launching the APM 3D level scanner, an innovative instrument that takes the guesswork out of measuring the level, volume and mass of materials inside a silo or open bin. The ...

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