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Date / Time: Tuesday, March 27, 2012, 2:00 PM New York
This edition of Design News Radio will examine the sweet spot for integrated motion control solutions, where distributed intelligence, power, and control are providing compelling benefits. Design News contributing editor Al Presher and our featured guest, George Gulalo, President of Motion Tech Trends
, will discuss how integrated actuator and motor-drive controls are adding ever more advanced control features. They'll also talk about packaged motion control solutions, which fit cleanly into new machine designs, as well as applications that are benefitting from the latest integrated motion-control solutions.
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