Is it possible that one day, you or I could step onto another planetary body? For decades, space travel has been reserved for the select few. Now, with private companies offering space travel opportunities to commercial passengers, accessible space travel could be closer than we think. But before we can visit space freely, we mu…

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A remote solution to safety concerns

18th September 2023
Filed under: Ems, Faulhaber, Robots

Crawler Robot

From bomb disposal and construction site monitoring to surveillance and firefighting, remote controlled robots allow humans to act in hazardous situations without putting themselves in harm’s way. Able to fit in small spaces and navigate challenging environments, these robots are being used in an increasing number of appli…

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Measuring in all three dimensions

30th August 2023
Filed under: Ems, Faulhaber, Encoder

3D measurement

“Quality means doing it right when no-one is looking,” said industrialist and Ford Motor founder Henry Ford. Quality assurance and verification are important steps in any production process, but how can we carry out these inspections? 3D measurement technologies are one such approach to getting a closer look at indiv…

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“Once in your life you need a doctor, a lawyer, a policeman and a preacher, but every day, three times a day, you need a farmer,” said speaker and mentor Brenda Schoepp. Despite the incontestable need for the agricultural sector, climate challenges, growing populations and econ…

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Helping keep hay fever at bay

20th July 2023
Filed under: Ems, Faulhaber


Summer sunshine brings joy to many, but for hay fever sufferers, it isn’t always quite so welcome. Affecting up to 20 per cent of the population, high pollen counts can make it difficult to enjoy time outdoors. In this article, Dave Walsha, sales manager at DC motor supplier EMS, explains how pollen monitoring stations can…

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