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Content tagged with Automation & Control posted in October 2000
Internet boost for control and measurement software
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The simultaneous launch of National Instruments LabviewT Version 6 i and Labview PlayerT adds new capabilities to the graphical programming software.
CFD improves sun roof design
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One CFD package achieving success in the field of vehicle sound simulation is PowerFlow by EXA Corp.
Automaton mops miles of aisles
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Supermarket shoppers at Dutch retail chain Albert Heijn B.V. politely step aside as "Schrobbie" the robot passes by.
Engineers assist open-source control effort
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Why is a system owned by nobody and free to everybody the most important thing to happen in the automation controls industry in decades?
Pump helps sculptors chill out
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A new pump from Rena OEM Sales is making ice sculptures crystal clear.
Software tackles terabytes of maps
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Two new web sites have found solutions to sending large files over the Internet, both for a similar application-posting searchable, high-resolution topographic maps.
Sneak Previews
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Breakthroughs on the horizon
Pressure regulator lets trucks track straight
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10/2/2000  Post a comment
A new power steering system developed by River City Products uses "power centering" for keeping trucks on a straight path.




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