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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in March 2009
ABB Conference Showcases New Motor, Drive Technologies
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3/27/2009  Post a comment
Energy efficiency is the focus of new developments
Dell Tunes Precision Workstations for Optimal Performance
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3/25/2009  Post a comment
Leveraging Intel's new Nehalem microarchitecture, workstation trio delivers up to 90 percent performance gains for multi-threaded, graphics-intensive applications
ABB's CEO Upbeat on Company's Future
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3/25/2009  Post a comment
Joe Hogan sees energy efficiency technology as huge opportunity
BMW Puts CATIA in the Driver's Seat
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3/18/2009  Post a comment
By standardizing on a single CAD system, the car maker hopes to reduce complexity, garner efficiencies and foster reuse
Wireless Automation Solutions
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3/16/2009  Post a comment
Reliability, security improve as wireless applications rapidly expand
All Aboard The Direct Modeling Train
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3/11/2009  Post a comment
Here's how the new hybrids and direct modeling options stack up
3D Modeling Debate Spurs New Generation of CAD Tools
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3/11/2009  Post a comment
New hybrid offerings combine the power and control of history-based modeling with the flexibility and ease-of-use associated with direct modelers




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