Introduction to the special section on new emerging technologies in motion control systems - Part I
Tsuji, Toshiaki and Şabanoviç, Asif and Ohishi, Kiyoshi and Iwasaki, Makoto (2014) Introduction to the special section on new emerging technologies in motion control systems - Part I. [Volumes Edited / Special Issues]
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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TIE.2013.2273857
Motion control technologies are introduced in a huge number of products: electric vehicles, robots, mass storage areas, machine tools, etc. Many new products have developed based on previous studies on motion control. Recent achievements in motion control have indicated that innovation in this area is accelerating. For example, many companies have put robots with force sensing to practical use in the past few years. They have a wide variety of applications such as deburring, polishing, and assembling. Further development of haptics is strongly required for telesurgery, rehabilitation, and nursing care support. The development of high-accuracy positioning/tracking control has shortened the access time of mass storage areas. Sophisticated integration of actuators and sensors technologies has created many innovative techniques for new motion control systems. It is quite obvious that motion control is becoming more and more important as one of the key technologies in industrial electronics. Therefore, this "Special Section on New Emerging Technologies in Motion Control Systems - Part I" aims at presenting to the industrial electronics audiences the most advanced and relevant results in the field of motion control. The Guest Editors summarize the 14 articles from, various areas, that comprise the special section.
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