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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in February 2014
Guardbot Rolls Into Position
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2/27/2014  9 comments
An unmanned vehicle, the Guardbot is able to travel over most terrains, including snow, sand, mud, and water, for a wide variety of applications with special security needs.
Trends in Industrial Motors & Drives
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2/18/2014  3 comments
Integration and intelligence are the keys to new innovations, as suppliers use processing power to boost performance and simplify system deployment.
Intelligent Drug Delivery Systems Target Disease to Ease Pain of Medication
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2/17/2014  1 comment
Researchers are developing drugs that are more targeted to effect only diseased cells or areas of the body that need treatment rather than the body as a whole.
A Lean Approach to Designing Medical Drug Delivery Systems
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2/12/2014  1 comment
Applying Lean philosophy in the design cycle by eliminating variation through standardized systems and processes, plus vertically integrating rapid prototyping and tooling development, cuts time and cost.
Design Close-Up: Overcoming the Complex Demands of a Medical Part
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2/4/2014  2 comments
From functionality to aesthetics to cost pressures, product developers today face an unprecedented variety of conflicting demands. Every design engineer can benefit from working closely with experienced mold makers and molders.
Medical Devices With Force Sensors Show Enhanced Effectiveness
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2/3/2014  3 comments
Devices with force sensors offer advantages and insights that are desirable among most practitioners and patients. The added benefits of quantifiable data create more efficient and effective medical environments.




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