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Elizabeth M
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Re: Motion Control I/O Modules
Elizabeth M   5/30/2013 4:29:56 AM
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Yes, that seems to be the case, Al, but I suppose the technology can be extended or adapted to other uses as well.

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Motion Control I/O Modules
apresher   5/29/2013 5:31:06 PM
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Interesting product.  It seems like the target applications are distributed systems primarily used in manufacturing, and combining larger complex systems.

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Re: motion controls in medical device domain
Elizabeth M   5/28/2013 6:33:03 AM
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Yes, vimalkumarp, this is true...motion control seems to be playing an increased role in a number of robotic and automation systems. Medical devices also are becoming more interconncted as well, and will require more sophisticated motion control systems that can handle this change.

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motion controls in medical device domain
vimalkumarp   5/25/2013 3:00:45 AM
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Motion control plays a major role in medical devices too. Like the latest robotic surgery systems and bionic applications , motion control is a domain that is closey monitored by the medical device manufacturers for the latest developments



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