I visited their website to understand what their software can do. I assume it can only work due to the regulation of the industry. How can it adapt to devices outside its original compatibility list? Is an eggs in a basket approach really the best? I can see total plant control being displayed on a tablet. It moves human lives out of the harsh environments, but moves all their money over to the software companies.
Festo's BionicKangaroo combines pneumatic and electrical drive technology, plus very precise controls and condition monitoring. Like a real kangaroo, the BionicKangaroo robot harvests the kinetic energy of each takeoff and immediately uses it to power the next jump.
Design News and Digi-Key presents: Creating & Testing Your First RTOS Application Using MQX, a crash course that will look at defining a project, selecting a target processor, blocking code, defining tasks, completing code, and debugging.
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