High-end, low-cost motion control

Control Electronics
Mikroniek 2010-2 by Mark Stappers 2 April 2012

In addition to its core business education, Fontys University of Applied Sciences, based in the Southern Netherlands, also conducts research in a number of specific subject units. One of these research groups – Mechatronics – is headed by lector Henk Kiela in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. Mechatronics focuses its research on high-end applications. One of its projects – “Low Cost Motion” – is about developing a high-end, low-cost motion controller.


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