The Industrial Automation and Process Control INSIDER will be mailed to subscribers this morning. It is 26 pages chock full of things you won’t read most other places, and will make you a real Insider.
This month we debut our INSIDER Health Watch– an innovative monthly index of the health of the Automation Industry. Developed by Spitzer and Boyes LLC’s quantitative research department, led by Mary Samuelson, this unique index uses data from 79 companies, both public and private, to produce an easily understood tool for Insiders. This month’s Health Watch shows values for January, February, March and April.
The stories include:
Emerson Exchange EMEA
Emerson Updates AMS
The Saga of SMAR
InnoRobo: the Robots Are Here!
Matrikon’s Industrial Data Logger
Problems in Preventia: A Cyber Security Book Report
Jon Wellinghoff and Gregory Friedman on Cyber Security and Secrecy
Maverick Technologies Picked as #1 Integrator
ABB “optimizes the portfolio,” funds Persimmon and wins huge order from Zadco
Honeywell earns highest CMMI rating for software including Experion PKS
Foxboro releases two new pressure transmitters
Siemens features motor developments at Hannover Fair
Siemens Oil and Gas Innovations Conference
Honeywell Enraf rounds out Fusion4 product line
INSIDER Editorial: TEOTWAWKI–Waiting for the other shoe to drop
INSIDER Profile: A Conversation with Peter Zornio
INSIDER Health Watch
Matrikon’s OPC UA Proxy
ISA and Automation Federation Sponsor Cyber Conference
Alfa Laval Acquires Frank Mohn, but there’s Trouble in the Mohn Family Over It
IHS reportrs Industrial Automation Equipment to see Stronger Growth in 2014
The Consumer Guide Series Goes Kindle
Flowrox Announces New Technology to Manage Pipeline Scaling
Hollysys Reports Successful Startup of Yangjiang Reactor with HOLLiAS-N DCS
Honeywell Introduces New Multi-path Ultrasonic Flowmeter
All this is available only to subscribers of the INSIDER, so if you want to know what we know, become an Insider by going to http://www.insider.co.ukand clicking on the “Become an Insider” button. A subscription works out to around $40 a month, easily affordable by anyone with a need to know.