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Content tagged with Automation & Control posted in February 2010
Changing Role for Servo Drives
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2/26/2010  Post a comment
Better drive performance reduces hardware and leverages high-speed networking
Invention Machine's Goldfire 6.0 Helps ID the Experts
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2/25/2010  Post a comment
New automated expert identification technology connects innovation workers with domain experts in real time
Model-Based Automation Software
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2/23/2010  Post a comment
Software tools provide interface between advanced simulation models and real-time automation controls
PTC Fleshes out Product Analytics Platform
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2/12/2010  Post a comment
Planet Metrics acquisition adds environmental analytics component to its expanding product analytics footprint
Biometric Switch Controls Access
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2/11/2010  1 comment
Stand-alone biometric switch provides controlled fingerprint access for machine control
Encoders Integrate Safety Technology
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2/8/2010  1 comment
Use of sine-cosine feedback provides intelligent link for integral safe operation
Ultra-Miniature Linear Motion for Mobile and Handheld Devices
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2/4/2010  Post a comment
Motion system operates directly from 3V dc battery and offers smallest system size
SolidWorks Takes off in the Cloud
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2/4/2010  Post a comment
SolidWorks World 2010 is the showcase for technology previews of design tool services offered in a cloud computing model
Alibre Slashes Prices on CAD Line
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2/2/2010  1 comment
Now permanently priced at $97, Alibre Design includes the Alibre Translate import/export suite




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