The Power to Change

Oct. 25, 2023
A compendium of technical articles from Power & Motion and Igus Inc.

Automation in its various forms is on the rise to help increase productivity and overcome labor challenges in various markets. Efforts to automate systems and machines are expected to continue for the foreseeable future, bringing a range of technologies which will be integrated with or impact fluid power and other related motion systems.

Incorporation of sensors, vision systems and other electronics with mechanical systems will be a key part of the equation with the goal of reaching ever higher levels of autonomy. While there may be many design challenges ahead related to the growing implementation of autonomy, there are also several opportunities possible for both developers and end-use customers.

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