Offering a combination of motion smoothness and torque density, the direct drive motors are designed for cobots, surgical robots and more.
Novanta business units Celera Motion and ATI Industrial Automation will collaborate with MassRobotics to enable new innovations in medical/surgical robotics and other applications.
After officially acquiring Schneider Electric Motion, Novanta is renaming the company.
Celera said the IncOder CORE is suited for integration into rotary joints for surgical, medical and industrial robots.
ATI Industrial Automation established an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) plan in 2012. The federally-qualified ERISA benefit plan makes employees owners in the company.
ATI is a leading developer of end-of-arm tooling, including robotic changing systems, force/torque sensors, and collision sensors for industrial, collaborative, and medical robotic applications.
Acquisition is expected to help Novanta expand into automation and robotic applications through advanced motion control solutions.