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Young engineers lead the way in unmanned flight

University of Toronto Aerospace Teams take first place with Teledyne cameras onboard BY Geralyn Miller Aerial surveys are essential to many sectors—environment, agriculture, mining and transportation, to name just a few. They’re more cost effective, safer and less intrusive than teams of people on the ground, but even small unmanned vehicles are complex and require … Continue reading Young engineers lead the way in unmanned flight

Integrating Machine Vision Smart Cameras with Robotic Applications

By Spencer Paullin The rise of the machines is here! Robots are now involved in our everyday lives. You may not see one walking down the street, but chances are a robot helped make or distribute some of the products you use on a daily basis. The demand for robots has been rapidly increasing since … Continue reading Integrating Machine Vision Smart Cameras with Robotic Applications

Migrating from Fluid Power to Electromagnetic Technology

by Lisa Eitel, Design World At a recent visit to the Parker Hannifin Electromechanical and Drives Division in Irwin, Pa., I got the chance to hear the perspective of Jeremy Miller, Product Manager — Linear Mechanics. I asked him about some of the major design objectives Parker’s customers cite when changing their designs from fluid … Continue reading Migrating from Fluid Power to Electromagnetic Technology