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Content tagged with Automation & Motion Control posted in March 2011
Automation and Control Video Blog - March 31, 2011
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Design News Editorial Director David Greenfield reviews Siemens' new online game -- Plantville -- and explains why there is value in the manufacturing optimization game for design engineers.
Smarter Baggage Handling
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3/29/2011  1 comment
Vanderlande Industries and IBM has helped Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport create a new baggage handling system to increase capacity by 40 percent to 70 million bags in the future.
Instrumentation Operates at 210 C
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Analog Devices’ Fellow Moshe Gerstenhaber explains how the new AD8229 meets the design challenges of high-temperature environments such as oil drilling, jet engines and space exploration.
Active Robotic Contact Flange
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Touch-sensitive automation solution revolutionizes precise buffing, polishing and surface processing using PC-based co-processor and advanced sensing techniques.
Automation and Control Video Blog - March 24, 2011
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Design News editorial director David Greenfield explains the automation and control set up behind an unmanned ocean-going vessel designed to operate on its own for up to two years.
Automation and Control Video Blog - March 17, 2011
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Design News’ editorial director, David Greenfield, explains the sharing of R&D expertise within Belden across its Hirschmann and GarrettCom lines, as well as why you’ll likely see more cross-company R&D sharing in automation.
Automation and Control Video Blog - March 10, 2011
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Design News' editorial director, David Greenfield, details the wireless technology, battery and motor that power what is reportedly the world's first wireless electric bicycle.
Automation and Control Video Blog - March 3, 2011
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Design News editorial director David Greenfield ponders what it will take to make automation system security a high priority for systems design engineers.




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