Control Engineering Engineers' Choice Awards

Link to all Control Engineering awards programs from this page; Engineers' Choice Award past winners, Leaders Under 40 recognition, Control Panel Design Tutorial video contest, System Integrator of the Year Awards, and Control Engineering Tips and Tricks.

02/01/2010


 

Other Control Engineering Awards, recognition

- System Integrator of the Year;

- Leaders Under 40;

- Money saving control and automation tips;

Control Panel Building tutorial contest;

 

- Get published! See Control Engineering - CFE Media (Content for Engineers) Contributor Guidelines.

 

Control Engineering Awards and Recognition page has more information about subscriber voting for Engineers' Choice Awards Finalists. 

Below are the categories and links to prior winners of the Control Engineering Engineers' Choice Awards. These highlight some of the best new control, instrumentation and automation products as chosen by Control Engineering 's print and online subscribers.  Survey respondents were asked to select products based on technological advancement, service to the industry, and market impact.

Link to the 2012 finalists, honorable mentions, and winners of the Engineers' Choice Awards

See the Control Engineering 2011 Engineers' Choice Award winners.

See the Control Engineering 2011 Engineers' Choice Award Honorable Mentions.

See all Control Engineering 2011 Engineers' Choice nominees.

Control Engineering 2010 Engineers' Choice Awards: Winning Technologies.

2010EngChc_MagazineCoverWinners of the Control Engineering Engineers' Choice Awards for 2010 are in the following categories (click into each to see winners):

- Process Control - Flowmeters; instrumentation and actuators; power monitoring; power protection; process sensors and transmitters; control systems, analysis, and process control; and process safety;

- Discrete Control - Machine safety, machine vision, PACs, and PLCs;

- Motion Control - Drives, motion control, and motors;

- Software - Application software; connectivity software; dashboard software - energy; dashboard software-general; design, simulation, diagnostics; and HMI software;

- Hardware - HMI hardware, industrial PCs, and integrated HMI-controller; and

- Network Integration - Data integration appliance, Ethernet hardware, I/O systems - wireless, network hardware, wireless I/O controllers, and wireless products - general.

- Control Engineering 2010 Engineers Choice Awards Honorable Mentions .

 For links to prior winners, scroll down.



Link to the 2008 Award Winners Print Supplement, Digital Edition

Winning Technologies, Engineers' Choice 2008

Coming soon: 2013 Engineers' Choice Award CALL FOR ENTRIES, for automation products newly available in North America between December 2011 and November 2012.

Note : The date sequence of the awards was changed for 2010 so that the award year reflects the year in which the awards are announced, rather than the year in which the products were introduced (as has been the practice in the past). As such there are no "2009" award recipients.


 
2008 New Product Compendium
Arrow Table of Product Award Nominees, with links to company websites
Arrow Networks and Communications Protocols
Arrow Process Instrumentation and Control Components
Arrow Motors, Drives and Motion Control
Arrow Machine and Embedded Control
Arrow HMIs and Industrial PCs
Arrow Application and Programming Software
Arrow Process and Advanced Control Systems
2008 Award Winners and Honorable Mentions
Arrow Application and Programming Software
Arrow HMIs and Industrial PCs
Arrow Motors, Drives and Motion Control
Arrow Networks and Communications
Arrow Machine and Embedded Control
Arrow Process Instrumentation and Sensors
Arrow Process and Advanced Control
Arrow Summary of 2008 Winners newsletter
Earlier Editors' Choice and Engineers' Choice award winners
Arrow 2007 Engineers Choice Award Winners
Arrow 2007 New Product Nominees
Arrow Seal of Approval: Best Technologies of 2005
Arrow 2004 Editors' Choice Awards

 2004 Engineers' Choice Winners

 

Control Engineering Editors Choice Award archive, list of winners, 1987-2003 .



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