Advances in Servo Motors and Motor Drive Technologies (Technical Insights)

 

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This research service analyses the trends in the servo motors and motor drive technologies.

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Advances in Servo Motors and Motor Drive Technologies (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryScope and MethodologyScopeMethodologyIntroduction and Key FindingsIntroductionKey FindingsAdvances in Servo Motors and Motor Drive Technologies (Technical Insights), Technology and Applications ViewpointTechnology PrimerOverviewMotor Technology Drive TechnologyAn Assessment of Technology and Application TrendsOverviewTrends in Motor TechnologyTrends in Drive TechnologyAdvances in Servo Motors and Motor Drive Technologies (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption Factor AnalysisEffects on Competing TechnologiesServos versus SteppersLinear ApplicationsAnalysis of Drivers and ChallengesAnalysis of DriversAnalysis of ChallengesAdvances in Servo Motors and Motor Drive Technologies (Technical Insights), Noteworthy InnovationsNoteworthy Innovations in AcademiaIterative Learning Control for Ripple Minimization in Motors--SingaporeSelective Regional Correlation for Fault Diagnosis in Servomotors--CanadaFuzzy Optimization Techniques for Integration of Servo Drives with Systems--TaiwanComposite Nonlinear Control Approach for Dual-stage Actuated HDD Servo System--SingaporeFPGA-Based Servo Control in Robust Open Architectures--CanadaWaveform Shaping for Low Cost Torque Ripple Mitigation in Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Drives--USAAdaptive Control of PMSM to Overcome Model Uncertainty--ChinaSensorless Control for Permanent Magnet Linear Synchronous Motors--ChinaNoteworthy Innovations in the Corporate SectorDigital Signal Controller for Motor Control with Greatly Enhanced Performance and Resolution--USALower MTTR and Higher Reliability Offered by New Servo System--USANew Technology for Security in Drives under Development--USANew Technologies Replace Traditional Linear Actuators and Eliminate Interference from PWM Amplifiers--USAFiberoptic System for Signal Transmission in Servo Applications--USASoftware in Low-Cost Servo Drive to Minimize Mechanical Resonance--USANext-Generation Servo Promises Performance Accuracy and Compactness--USANew Developments from Motion Control Firm in Three Technologies--SwitzerlandOEM Supplier Leads Servo Technology into Promising New Commercial Application: Automotive Fuel Cells--USAAutomation Firm Develops New Rotary and Linear Servomotors--USANew Linear Motor for Precision Applications Aims to Replace Rotary Motor-Based Linear Actuators--USAHigh Performance Servo System Designed for Simpler Setup and Operation--USAClosed Loop Motion Control Modules--GermanyMotion Control Card with Sophisticated Interpolation Capabilities for Advanced Applications--USASolution with Multiple Features in Hardware and Software--USAIntelligent Servomotor with Flexible Control Software--SwitzerlandAdvances in Servo Motors and Motor Drive Technologies (Technical Insights), Database of Key Industry Participants and Selected PatentsDatabase of Key Industry ParticipantsAcademicCorporatePatentsUnited StatesOther CountriesAdvances in Servo Motors and Motor Drive Technologies (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2005 Science & Technology AwardsExcellence in TechnologyAward DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology InnovationAward DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology LeadershipAward DescriptionAward RecipientAdvances in Servo Motors and Motor Drive Technologies (Technical Insights), Critical Reference TablesDecision Support Database TablesWorld Machine Tool Production (1999-2006)World Semiconductor Market and Semiconductor Equipment Market (1999-2006)World Car Production (1999-2006)World Heavy Truck Production (1999-2006)World Bus Production (1999-2006)World Heavy Commercial Vehicle Production (1999-2006)World Paper and Paperboard Production (1999-2006)




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