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Software Brings Efficiency Gains and Ease of Use

Use of software is on the rise to ease development of fluid power and electric motion control solutions for construction equipment as well as increase efficiency of these systems...
Sensors & Software

Sensors Benefit Automation of Construction Equipment

POSITAL’s Christian Fell overviews how sensors can be used to automate construction equipment.
Bosch Rexroth
Integration of sensors and software with hydraulics is enabling various automation capabilities like Bosch Rexroth's Easy Grade which creates virtual walls to keep machine movements within a designated space.

3 Key Technology Trends at IFPE 2023

Advancements in hydraulics and pneumatics shown at IFPE demonstrated an increasing focus on sustainability, automation and digitalization in the fluid power industry.
Komatsu's 20-ton PC210LCE electric excavator, powered by a Proterra lithium-ion battery, will soon be available in North America.

Construction Equipment Digs Deeper into Electrification

Advancements in fluid power, motion control and other technologies are aiding the rise of electrified construction equipment.
S. Jensen
At IFPE 2023, Parker Hannifin displayed its ePTO which connects to a electrified machine's battery to power the hydraulics.

How is Electrification Impacting Hydraulics and Pneumatics?

Electrification is growing in many applications, bringing a need to re-evaluate fluid power system designs.
S. Jensen
A range of technologies and trends were on display at IFPE 2023.

IFPE 2023: News and Views from the Show Floor

Hydraulic and pneumatic technologies on display at IFPE demonstrate the evolving nature of the fluid power and motion control industries.
CASE Construction Equipment
The CASE CX365E SR excavator is among the many new construction machines launched at CONEXPO 2023.

CONEXPO 2023: Construction Equipment Launches

OEMs are debuting a range of new machines including those with advanced digital technologies and electric powertrains.

Increased Demand for Electronic Controls Driving Hydraulic System Designs

Growing use of electronic controls is enabling hydraulics to meet the performance requirements of increasingly electrified and automated mobile equipment.
igus GmbH
TX1 bearings from igus feature a wide operating temperature range to enable use in a range of heavy-duty equipment applications.

CONEXPO 2023: New Sensor, Hydraulic and Electromechanical Component Launches

A range of electronic, motion control and fluid power technologies are set to be debuted at CONEXPO.