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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in June 2014
TI Rolls Out FRAM MCU Platform for Ultra-Low-Power Applications
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6/25/2014  6 comments
A new microcontroller platform with embedded ferroelectric random access memory could provide an ultra-low-power solution for applications ranging from smart utility metering to remote industrial sensing to building automation.
Video: Harley Road Tests Electric Hog
6/24/2014  32 comments
Harley-Davidson is preparing to test a product that may turn out to be the ultimate in environmentally friendly transportation: a green hog.
Video: Roombots Transform Into Reconfigurable Furniture
6/23/2014  17 comments
The Swiss Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne has developed robotic blocks that autonomously self-assemble to form reconfigurable, adaptive furniture.
New Industrial Cables Are Fast, Quiet & Easy
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6/10/2014  2 comments
Industrial cabling is getting faster, easier to use, and more resistant to crosstalk.
'Incompetence & Neglect' in GM Recall
6/6/2014  29 comments
General Motors did not cover up its infamous ignition switch problem, but it was responsible for massive and widespread incompetence, according to a new investigation.
Wide-Format HMI Touchscreens Bridge Consumer/Production Gap
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6/2/2014  2 comments
Kollmorgen Motion Technology Company has introduced the Kollmorgen Automation Suite HMI, a set of rugged IP65-rated touchscreen panels that feature a single-surface screen with a widescreen format.

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