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Mechatronics
posted in May 2011
Drone Design
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5/31/2011  4 comments
As unmanned drones play an increasingly important role in defense strategies and tactics, the demands on the electronic control systems in these vehicles include extreme portability, ruggedness and safety. Every component in these systems carries with it the weight of mission success or failure - all the way down to the switches.
Unified Components and Controls for Robot Kinematics
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5/31/2011  2 comments
With the automotive industry employing 95 percent of the robots in use for industrial purposes, this industry's robotic trends points the way toward future robot designs, which increasingly involves modularization, reduction in the number of assemblies and elimination of proprietary hardware.
Automating the Perfect Game of 10-Pin
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5/27/2011  Post a comment
ARM Automation develops ultra-high-precision, EtherCAT-enabled robot for bowling equipment testing.
Simplifying the Complex in High-Risk Duty Robots
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5/26/2011  2 comments
With the right design strategy going in, the creation of a robot using high-torque, compact motors and rugged design does not necessarily negate the creation of an economical, lightweight bomb-disposal robot.
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.
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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