Entries for the 'Technology Focus' Category

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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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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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CAMotion presented at the 2011 joint conference of the Automated Imaging Association (AIA), Motion Control Association (MCA), and Robotic Industries Association (RIA). The conference attracted approximately 350 industry leaders from the robotics, machine vision, and motion control industries.

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Recently, CAMotion augmented their product offerings for the EOT crane market to include a machine-vision based technology called CraneVisionTM.

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Atlanta-based robotics firm CAMotion has received a multi-million dollar order for large depalletizing machines that are driven by machine vision. Each of these robots services over 3,000 sq ft of floor space and is used to automatically remove material from multiple pallets for placement in nearby production machines. A unique safety system allows the machine to share the floor space with workers. 

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