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Motion Control Features

Taking the shock out of product handling processes

Increased automation is delivering many benefits to industrial processes, including the ability to increase the speed of products as they transit to the dispatch point. These speed increases mean that greater care is required for the products as they are moved from point to point. Introducing industrial shock absorbers can offer a range of benefits to a business, including improved productivity and a better working environment.

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From mass production to mass customisation

Paige West, Editor of DPA & Connectivity, spoke to Alan Conn, Managing Director, B&R Industrial Automation about the move towards mass customisation and how smart factory motion control solutions from B&R help companies strive for that ‘Batch Size 1’ production.

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On-board electronics make linear actuators safer and smarter

Where traditional electric linear actuators have provided the most basic machine functionality, the increasing integration of advanced electronics is making today’s actuators safer, smarter and easier to network with agricultural, construction and mobile off-highway equipment.

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Imperial College London develops sophisticated drone test rig arena

The college has recently opened the Brahmal Vasudevan Multi Terrain Aerial Robotics Arena. The Arena is the first of its kind in Europe, enabling engineers to test the next generation of aerial robotics for urban environments and extreme conditions.

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