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CAMotion completed the design, installation, and commissioning of their Crane Manipulation System (CMS) for Caterpillar Inc., a leading manufacturer in the heavy machinery industry. CAMotion's CMS provides crane operators with a means of commanding swing-free motion, the capability for precise and automatic positioning, and protection from collisions.

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CAMotion completed the design, installation, and commissioning of their Supervisory Control System (SCS) for Novelis Inc., a leading manufacturer of aluminum sheet products. The principal feature of the SCS is that it accepts payload transfer commands from a supervising operator. Then, the system automatically drives the SCS-enabled crane to execute the operator's directives. The SCS-enabled crane automatically avoids workspace obstructions, takes the most time-efficient path, reduces payload swing, and positions payloads within an inch of desired positions.

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CAMotion now offers the latest edition to their palletizing line: a Variable-Height Bundle Palletizer (VHBP).  The VHBP is designed as a end-of-bindery-line solution for the print industry. The high-speed robotic gantry accepts conveyed print material of varying dimension, and rapidly palletizes the bundles with configurable patterns.

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Dr. Khalid Sorensen of CAMotion Inc. will be presenting at the 17th annual Crane Symposium. Dr. Sorensen was invited to speak on the topic of anti-sway for overhead cranes. The event, sponsored by the Association for Iron and Steel Technology (AIST), delivers pragmatic information and experiences from crane maintenance personnel, crane manufacturers, equipment manufacturers, and engineering consultants.

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When Computer Automated Motion — CAMotion — had to leave its 14th Street offices about two years ago, the founders had good reason to consider moving from the city to some far-flung suburb. But they had a better reason to stay.

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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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