Entries for the 'Crane Control' Category

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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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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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CAMotion recently installed and commissioned an Expert Operator system in Ede, The Netherlands. The system is the first of CAMotion's advanced crane control technology suite to be implemented in Europe.

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Recently, a large order for CAMotion's crane technology was received from Caterpillar Inc., a leading manufacturer in the heavy machinery industry. The order follows a year-long testing and validation process that began in December of 2009.

 

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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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