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Thursday, January 19, 2023
11:30 AM EST
Mobile robotics is a high-growth market both in and outside the logistics sector. Tune in to learn how Novanta simplifies the application development process.
In this context, time-to-market becomes crucial, as well as minimizing the development costs to offer a more competitive and affordable solution to end customers and OEMs. However, these robots are complex multi-component machines, with a high level of integration and tough certification requirements that often cause the design phase to extend endlessly.
Novanta Drives (formerly Ingenia Motion Control) is a product line with more than 15 years of experience in the design of state-of-the-art miniature servo drives for robotics and EV applications. In this webinar, we are pleased to present a series of open-source solutions and resources intended to dramatically minimize the engineering effort in developing most logistic robots.
Drive miniaturization, high efficiency, power density, proper EMC practices, and the sharpest motion control are offered by Novanta Drives as a game of building blocks to easily customize a fully integrated solution, thus simplifying and even completely avoiding most of the typical issues and setbacks that come with developing a logistics robot.
Attendees of this webinar will learn:
- Competitive market analysis for logistics robotics.
- The need for a centralized topology with multi-purpose architecture.
- Removing the development’s complexity – Novanta’s open-source solution.
Date/Time: Thursday, January 19, 2023 at 11:30 AM EST
Ignacio Pedrosa has been a hardware designer at Novanta for the last 8 years and now is tapping into the applications field. He has expertise in power electronics, design for manufacturing, EMC, and motion control and is eager to invest in the fields of robotics and automation.
Direct collaboration with top surgical, industrial, and collaborative robot manufacturers, as well as brilliant engineers in a number of fields and industries associated with motion control and servo drives, has allowed him to build up a valuable perspective on these technologies that he always pleased to share.