January 2018 Issue
What you don’t know about industrial cybersecurity can hurt you. In the January 2018 issue of Plant Services, industry and cyber professionals weigh in about industrial producers’ cybersecurity risks and responsibilities and offer their actionable recommendations. Plus, a deep dive into NFPA 70E 2018.
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In this Big Picture Interview, Richard Grylls examines how 3D printing can help change perceptions of manufacturing.
Tom Moriarty says a bad system will defeat good leaders, so create a structure that supports success.
David Berger says long-term success depends more on change management than on technology.
Thomas Wilk says the focus on cybersecurity has taken a sudden turn toward the processors themselves.
Do you know how much your plant could save by improving motor efficiency?
In this installment of Automation Zone, advances in robotics and analytics (and their impact on MRO teams) lead the way.
Let’s talk seriously about industrial cybersecurity: What you don’t know can hurt you.
Is your improvement project delivering results? Track these metrics to find out.
Doc Palmer explores why daily scheduling during the week is the supervisors’ task, and how to do it right.
Sheila Kennedy examines how remote and predictive maintenance gets a boost via “smart contract” technology.
What digitalization means for rotating equipment performance and reliability.
Job safety planning, hazard elimination, and worker qualifications get new light shone on them in the 2018 revision of the electrical safety standard.