Mechatronics info: MechatronicsZone.com redesigned
MechatronicsZone.com unveiled a new design, departments and features. The site has original content on control systems, electronic systems, mechanical systems and software, areas of an emerging trend in engineering known as mechatronics.
Waltham, MA – MechatronicsZone.com
MechatronicsZone.comunveiled a new design, departments and features on Jan. 29. The redesigned site contains original content on control systems, electronic systems, mechanical systems and software, areas of an emerging trend in engineering known as mechatronics.
Multiple resources within Reed Business Information contribute mechatronics-related information to the redesigned MechatronicZone. With input from Control Engineering
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editors, the site highlights the latest articles, blogs, product demos, videos, tutorials and toolbox resources from around the globe.
An extensive list of improvements was also made to the functionality of the site, including search, blogs, and video demos.
— Control Engineering News Desk
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