Control Global - Industrial Networking
Scenario-based training for nuclear power plants based on actual nuclear plant cyber incidents
There have been more than 500 actual control system cyber incidents globally in multiple industries. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has tasked me to select 3 of the more than 30 nuclear-plant cyber incidents and identify what really happened, what controls were violated, and what poli...
Big Barrel, Old-Time Control
The Great Heidelberg Tun Impresses Panel Builders, Integrators and Engineers
Exlar''s EL120 explosion proof linear actuator
ATEXGlobally rated explosion-proof linear actuators available from Exlar
Solid State Relay SeriesOne DR now approved for use in hazardous environments
In addition to approval as motor controllers, mechanically operated an solid-state under the Applicant''s File E116949, the UL approval of the SeriesOne DR Solid State Relays now includes performance verification for various specifications.
Manage cybersecurity risk with Honeywell''s Industrial Cyber Security Risk Manager
Monitor, measure and manage cybersecurity risk for control systems with Honeywell''s digital dashboard.
Infographic: Industrial cyber vulnerabilities and threats
Why the industry needs a real and proactive approach to protecting its assets
FDT Group Board Leadership Changes
The FDT Group is pleased to announce changes in boardroom leadership which were approved by the organization''s Board of Directors.
Honeywell getting itchy for M & A activity?
Honeywell International says it wants to spend up to $10 billion on mergers and acquisitions by 2018. Who are some of the companies that may be in its sites? A big name in process automation could be one of them.
Industry 4.0 Infuses Hannover Fair
More than 220,000 attendees, including a record-breaking 70,000 from outside Germany, visited 6,500 exhibiting companies from 70 nations.
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Joe Weiss named Smart Grid Pioneer. Smart Grid Today named the 50 Smart Grid Pioneers of 2015, including 11 CEOs or presidents, 15 directors, a former state governor and a White House National Security Council staffer. The award is based solely on merit.