You can learn a lot in 800 words or so.
That’s always been the strategy behind our blog: to inspire you with thought leadership and help you with technical know-how and industry insight.
The blogs that do that well inevitably are the most read. Are you curious which posts performed best? Wait no longer, please check out our top 10 most popular blog posts from 2018:
10. Migrate or Modernize? How to Decide: If your plant is aging, you have a choice: migrate specific equipment, or modernize to realize the value of new technologies. These three factors can help you decide.
9. Ten Worker Safety and Productivity Tips for 2018: As we begin the New Year, we’ve compiled a list of ten tips to help you improve safety and productivity.
8. Computers at the Wheel? See How AI Can Improve Your Equipment Maintenance Strategies: Pipeline companies around the world are already taking advantage of artificial intelligence to improve operations. Do you have the information you need to stay competitive?
7. So You Learned Something in Training? Get the Certification to Prove It: Specifically designed coursework can increase your value in the workforce and improve opportunities for hire or advancement.
6. Want To Transform Your Supply Chain? Consider Blockchain Technology: Blockchain has the potential to transform the supply chain with a secure and unchangeable record that can be viewed and verified by every stakeholder, at any time.
5. Cyber Threats: Is Your Current Industrial Security Strategy Enough?: It’s said the best defense is a good offense. Protecting industrial control systems from attack requires a plan to both prevent and respond. Are you adequately prepared?
4. When Did You Think of Your Motor Control Centres?: Motor Control Centres (MCCs) power just about every manufacturing facility in the world, but do these unsung heroes get the attention they deserve? And what is the cost of MCC failure?
3. In Response to Robots: Productivity improvements through technology advances will not result in the demise of manufacturing jobs. Quite the opposite.
2. What You Need to Know about Learning Logix: Stay current on new and existing features available in Logix programmable automation controllers.
1. Controlling Multiple Motors With One VFD: Using a VFD to control multiple motors, and with the right design consideration, helps to reduce the cost, foot print and control complexity of your application.