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CAMotion and CAMotion Cranes Inc. today announced their acquisition by PaR Systems Inc. PaR Systems is a world leader in providing advanced intelligent solutions for critical material handling, automation, and robotic applications.

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CAMotion Cranes Inc. will be presenting at the 20th annual Crane Symposium of the Association for Iron and Steel Technology (AIST). The symposium begins Sunday, June 9 at 4:00 p.m. Lectures continue through Tuesday, June 11 until 5 p.m.

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CAMotion, is offering Q-Track's RFID-based Collision Avoidance Non-Line of Sight system to its customers. The solution employs RFID readers on cranes, as well as RFID tags worn by workers, to detect an imminent collision and stop a crane before that can occur.

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Atlanta-based robotics firm CAMotion will participate at this year's DRUPA printing equipment exhibition. DRUPA is the largest printing equipment exhibition in the world, held every four years in Dusseldorf, Germany.

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Dutch crane manufacturer, D2Cranes, is advancing safety through their new series of cleanroom cranes. The new cranes incorporate technological advances in two areas: safe motion control and component redundancy.

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Rob Loomis from CAMotion recently spoke at the 18th annual Crane Symposium. Rob spoke specifically about EXPERTOPERATORTM, and the field trials that have demonstrated how this technology reduces collisions, increases productivity, and quickens operator training time.

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