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Content posted in September 2008
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Dassault Helps Microsoft Shape Virtual Earth
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Updated 3-D modeling software lets users remix 3-D scenes, using models from the 3DVIA content library to complete their designs
Mechatronics 2.0: Redesigning the Motor City with Mechatronics
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As the auto industry falls, out of the rubble mechatronics rises, possibly becoming the key to the area's redevelopment
MEMS Price to Fall As Production Rises
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New breed of MEMS sensors could enable integration of more safety features
Category: Automation
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Miniature Motor Moves Fast
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The nuvoDisc 32BF brushless dc motors offer a compact, flat form factor. Yet, they don't skimp on speed and output
DAC Gives Boost During Power Failure
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EEPROM keeps re-set values in place
Miniature Flow Control Valve
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Beswick Engineering's miniature valve is both small and capable of accommodating pressure differentials
Smart Camera Simplifies Automated Inspection
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Processing images at the camera sensor cuts cost, reduces complexity
Forget Stuffing Grease, Go with Springer
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Three sizes ease clutch repairs for home-based 'gearheads'
SolidWorks Helps Users Get SWIFT with CAD
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SolidWorks 2008's SWIFT technology fosters CAD user productivity and reduces the overhead of learning CAD
Laser Scanning Gets Big
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With a range up to 76m, Faro’s Photon Laser Scanner tackles large-object scanning applications
John Van Danacker: Making Hearts Talk
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Veteran engineer John Van Danacker helped Medtronic create technology that lets implanted defibrillators communicate over the Internet
TI Brings Easy RF Control to LEDs
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Development boards work with MCU to create an RF lighting network
Solid State Drive Offers Alternative to Hard Disks
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Accelerometer senses high-frequency vibration
South Carolina Consortium Launches Mechatronics Push
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BMW convinces colleges to create advanced degree program
IDC Missing Link Bridges CAD and ERP
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Software creates greater visibility between development and manufacturing without the overhead of PLM
Category: Hardware
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Robot in the Machine
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Bosch-Rexroth's motion controllers feature robust embedded robotics capabilities
Pedestal Closure Assembly Features Snag-Free Lock
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Reduces technician service times by focusing on ease-of-use
Diagnostic Tool Keeps Energy Use in Check
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Festo's Energy Monitoring System minimizes the energy waste associated with pneumatic systems
Sensor Reduces Machine Downtime
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Accelerometer senses high-frequency vibration
When Data Absolutely Has to Be There
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SRAM works with EEPROM to save data quickly
High-Def Goes Mobile
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Distributed HMI in a Flash
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Parker's newest HMI product uses Flash to deliver a richer user experience
Gearing up for Flexibility
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Gearheads broaden product variations, specialized application features
Engineering the Bionic Person
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Todd Kuiken is rewiring human nerves, changing prostheses and the lives of those who wear them
Electric Steering That Feels Right
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Danaher's steer-by-wire system relies on a unique torquefeedback device that simulates the feel of conventional steering
RealHand Surgical Tool: A Medical Revolution
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The RealHand HD revolutionizes abdominal surgeries
Medical, Military Robotics - No Longer Science Fiction
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Automation plays key role in futuristic applications
Running the Plows
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Parker Chelsea has combined a single PTO and accumulator to replace multiple hydraulic systems
Designing and Testing Autonomous Automobiles
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UAVs provide increased safety and flight time at a reduced cost
A Footprint That Feels Like a Kick in the Pants
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Have you been wondering about your carbon footprint?
Gimme Shelter
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Engineering Innovation Can’t Wait for Political Leadership
Cable Carrier to the Stars
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Carrier systems manage transfer of power, control, data for radio telescope
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