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AR100 Revisions 2020

Update includes notes, additions, numbered tables AR100 is a document considered “essential” by many EASA members. Since its first issuance in 1998, the booklet has been revised a number of times (it is required by ANSI to be revised at least every 5 years), all of which are worth analyzing. EASA’s “Recommended Practice for the […]

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Robotics Record

First half of 2017 is benchmark year for automation A ‘Robopocalypse’ is happening by the numbers…even if it may be an overblown theory in real life. The Association for Advancing Automation (A3) announced the results of its research on robotics and automation trends, sales, and growth Thursday, showing record tallies in the areas of robotics, […]

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“Wearables” for Electric Motors

Sensors will allow remote capability Remotes have never done anything except make everything easier. Today, research includes exploring how they can be applicable to industrial electric motors. “Wearables” are sensors that can be placed on motors and remotely linked to, and controlled by, smartphones or other portable electronic devices. These emerging technologies have attracted a number of beta users […]

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