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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in August 2008
Survey Says Engineers Need Better Battery Understanding
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8/29/2008  Post a comment
Beyond runtime and capacity, engineers don't know much about lithium-ion
Detroit Slow to Add Eco-Features, Study Says
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8/28/2008  Post a comment
Sudden rise in gas prices caught American automakers off guard
TI Rolls out Low-Power DSPs
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8/26/2008  Post a comment
Fifteen new multi-architecture devices are designed to boost battery life
Flexible Delivery Model Makes AutoCAD Updates More Accessible
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8/22/2008  Post a comment
Subscription users can pick and choose specific feature sets while accessing updates without the pain of a major software upgrade
3-D Printing Quality on the Upswing
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8/22/2008  1 comment
3D Systems' newest 3-D printer systems occupy middle ground between low-cost concept modelers and high-end additive fabrication machines
Lab-Type Instruments Monitor Health of Structures in Beijing
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8/20/2008  Post a comment
Systems offer real-time alternative to strain gauges
Variable Frequency Drive Gets Big and Fast
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8/19/2008  Post a comment
Siemens answers rising energy costs with a VFD that sets a new benchmark in size and speed
Lego, NI Team up on Robotic Toy
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8/6/2008  2 comments
Graphical software allows kids to program robots
National Instruments Prepares for 'Green Engineering' Era
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8/5/2008  1 comment
Truchard says graphical programming software will serve as foundation for projects
Graphical Software Adds More Multi-Core Capabilities
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8/4/2008  1 comment
New math engine and algorithms enable software to deal with bigger applications
New Media Center Stops 'Blue Screen of Death'
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8/4/2008  Post a comment
Using Neutrino operating system, Harman Kardon media server delivers reliability of a high-end router
PTC Lands EADS Deal for Enterprise PLM
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8/1/2008  Post a comment
As part of EADS' PHENIX initiative, Windchill will harmonize enterprise PLM methods, processes and tools throughout all divisions




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