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Agile Planet Launches Plug-and-Play Smart Motion Controllers
1/23/2013

The new AX-50 and AX-100 motion controllers from Agile Planet can be used with a range of PLC or robotics platforms to provide motion control. Agile designed the controllers to be plug-and-play, and to allow flexibility for robotics and automation components that are installed in a system.   (Source: Agile Planet)
The new AX-50 and AX-100 motion controllers from Agile Planet can be used with a range of PLC or robotics platforms to provide motion control. Agile designed the controllers to be plug-and-play, and to allow flexibility for robotics and automation components that are installed in a system.
(Source: Agile Planet)

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Re: Software Implementation to Achieve Hardware Control
Ann R. Thryft   3/20/2013 4:33:14 PM
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I did a feature on automation disties about 1.5 years ago where they were all saying that open standards were increasing and vertical integration was decreasing. But those may be longer-term trends that won't show for awhile.

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