CFE Media Content Partnership Program
CFE Media LLC has the platform for content, community, and applications that engage engineers worldwide to share, learn, and increase productivity across all engineering designs, systems, and plants. With its four core brands, Control Engineering, Consulting-Specifying Engineer, Oil & Gas Engineering, and Plant Engineering, CFE Media generates an average of 220,000 visitors and 480,000 pageviews per month to its Websites, and millions of touch points per month via various channels including print magazines, Websites, Webcasts, white papers, e-newsletters, research, Mobile apps, databases, and events.
CFE Media strives to build great communities with help from its content partners, who are subject experts in industrial technology advancement, Internet of Things, cyber security, robotics, system integration, manufacturing market research, buildings codes and standards, building information systems, integrated project delivery, plant maintenance strategies, and much more. At CFE Media, the content team highly values different viewpoints and takes an interdisciplinary approach to serve the audience with information of the highest value.
Below is a list of the most active content partners. If you or your organization is interested in participating in the program, contact Joy Chang at email@example.com.
Current Content Partners, Industry Thought Leaders
Latest Content Partner Articles
With the advent of building technology comes the need for monitoring and intercommunication between heating, cooling, electrical, lighting, fire/life safety, and other systems for optimized efficiency and operation.
Manufacturers at a spirit manufacturing plant can increase production and efficiency by setting realistic expectations, simplify their model, and asking for a third-party's input with an overall equipment effectiveness (OEE)...
A key successful element for the design process was the ongoing conversation and collaboration between multiple hospital departments to make sure protocols and safety measures were considered before finalizing the design.
Safety instrumented systems (SIS) are installed in process plants to mitigate process hazards and they must be assigned a target safety integrity level (SIL) during the process to determine what needs to be done next.
A survey by security company Tripwire found that 96% of IT security professionals expected attacks on critical Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) infrastructure segments such as energy, utilities, government, healthcare, and...
A report from technology analyst house Vision Mobile uses the mega label to denote the rapid developments in the Internet of Things (IoT) market and what it means for developers and consumers as technology becomes "smarter."
It’s one thing to create buildings that aren’t harmful to the environment. It’s another to design buildings and communities that actually protect and benefit its occupants – now and for years to come – regardless of changing...