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Content tagged with Automation & Control posted in May 2011
Absolute Fiber Optic Position Sensor
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5/26/2011  2 comments
Fiber optic absolute position sensor provides EMI immunity and 13-bit resolution.
Moog Acquires Animatics
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5/25/2011  1 comment
Integrated servos and actuator technology is key piece of motion control acquisition.
SimDriveline Revamped to Tackle Multiple Physical Domains
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5/25/2011  1 comment
Built on Simscape technology, MathWork's SimDriveline update makes it easier to integrate multiple physical domains into a drivetrain model.
Panama Canal Celebrates Anniversary with New Locks
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5/24/2011  3 comments
Modernization and state-of-the-art lock technology uses hydraulics to reduce fresh water consumption.
Alibre, 3D Systems Team Up on 3-D Design and Print Bundle
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5/18/2011  2 comments
Partners target professional engineers and DIYers with bundles of 3-D CAD software and 3-D printers, starting at $1,500.
HyperSizer v6 Keys in on Manufacturing Optimization
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5/13/2011  1 comment
Structural sizing and analysis tool have been enhanced to bring efficiencies to the design and manufacture of large-scale composite offerings.
High-Speed Wireless Ethernet Bridge
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5/10/2011  1 comment
GhostBridge offers solution for rugged wire replacement applications, and point-to-point link between two devices or networks with zero setup.
Mentor Takes Its Concept of "Concurrent CFD" to NX
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5/5/2011  1 comment
New version of FloEFD enables users of Siemens PLM Software's NX to perform an array of simulation functions within the familiar CAD environment.
New Symphony Plus Control System
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5/5/2011  1 comment
ABB extends commitment to DCS control platform for total plant automation in power generation and water utility sectors.
Convergence of Power and Automation
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5/5/2011  2 comments
The ABB Conference highlights focus on power generation, automation and the need for both a stronger and smarter grid.
Study Reveals Current Trends in Embedded Market
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5/5/2011  1 comment
Answers from nearly 2,000 respondents shed light on the tools and processes making the most impact among embedded systems developers.
TÜV Certified Safe Motion
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5/5/2011  Post a comment
Integrated solution provides hardware and software tools for safe motion control, standard PLC programming and visualization.
Freescale Challenges Engineers With Robot Design Contest
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5/4/2011  1 comment
Engineers who want to test their design mettle will get a chance in an upcoming Freescale Technology Forum contest.




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