Industrial Automation Software in North America (Technical Insights)


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This research service analyses research and developments in industrial automation software, in North America. It summarizes technological developments in motion control, vision and navigation software.

Table of Contents

Industrial Automation Software in North America (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryIntroduction and Highlights of the StudyAn Industry PortraitStudy Highlights and Key FindingsScope and MethodologyScope of the StudyMethodology AdoptedIndustrial Automation Software in North America (Technical Insights), Robotic Automation Software- An Industry AnalysisTechnology Description & ApplicationsManufacturing HierarchyApplicationsMarket Drivers and ChallengesDriversChallengesMarket TrendsWhere is the Robotic Hardware Market Heading?Software Tightly Coupled with Hardware?Vision Market--AnalysisIndustrial Automation Software in North America (Technical Insights), Technology Analysis & Developments- Motion Control SoftwareDescriptionMotion Control SoftwareCompeting TechnologiesMotion Control - Architecture and Enabling TechnologiesArchitecture of Motion Control SystemDesirable Characteristics in a Soft Motion SetupRole of Operating SystemsNetworkingIntelligence Pushed into the DrivesKey Developments-IndustryPAC: Next Generation Motion Control Systems?Falcon: Soaring to Great HeightsNew Language Redefines Robotic ControlMotion Profile at the Click of a MouseRobots Don't Collide AnymoreUnified Platform for Seamless Integration of Motion and VisionPackaging Manufacturers Realize Flexibility through MultitaskingCimplicity Includes Diagnostic Tools for Motion ControlDistributed Control SimplifiedOpen Control Systems Cuts Production Cost Controlling Operations WirelesslyIntraVue simplifies control over EthernetKey Developments- UniversitiesMonkey Mind Controls Robotic MovementsIntelligent Control for Precision GrindingIndustrial Automation Software in North America (Technical Insights), Technology Analysis & Developments - Vision SystemsDescriptionPC-Based Vision SystemsFactors Affecting GrowthVision systems- Architecture & Product SpectrumVision ArchitectureDirect Part Mark IdentificationMerging Vision with Motion ControlKey Developments- IndustryExpanding the Capabilities of Machine Vision Systems through SoftwareSoftware Makes Reading in Poor Light Conditions EasierSoftware Aids in Automated InspectionSoftware Enhances Vision-Guided RoboticsVision Guidance for Medical AssemblyOnline Verification Saves TimeiOpenVision Software Aids in Building "Open" SystemsKey Developments- UniversitiesNIST Reaffirms Need for StandardsAlgorithms for Simultaneous Localization or Mapping and Moving Object TrackingRobots Find New VenuesVerifying Accuracy of the Measurement SoftwareIndustrial Automation Software in North America (Technical Insights), Technology Analysis & Developments - Navigation SystemsDescriptionSoftware Navigates Robots at EaseFactors Affecting GrowthKey Developments-IndustryVision Algorithms Form the Backbone of NavigationARCS: Brain Behind Robot NavigationLaser Aids in Robotic NavigationKey Developments- UniversitiesMotion Planning for Multi-Robots on Real-TimeRobotic Software Can Be ReusedSoftware System Controls Multiple Robots MovementIndustrial Automation Software in North America (Technical Insights), Company Profiles; Contact Details; PatentsCompany Profiles and List of ContactsProfiles (A-D)Profiles (E-Z)List of ContactsPatentsKey Patents - 2004Key Patents - 2003Industrial Automation Software in North America (Technical Insights), Frost and Sullivan 2004 Science and Technology AwardsExcellence in TechnologyIntroductionAward RecipientTechnology InnovationAward DescriptionAward RecipientIndustrial Automation Software in North America (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabasesDecision Support DatabaseTotal Vehicle ProductionTotal Manufacturing UnitsPC Installed in an EnterpriseTotal Software SpendingMachine Tool Production

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