Duration: 60 minutes
Advances in motion control technology and mechatronics are often at the heart of innovations in new machine designs for aerospace and defense. From mechanical power transmission, hydraulic and electro-mechanical actuation systems, to advanced software and control, motion technology plays a key role in an industry that continuously pushes technology to its absolute limits. This webcast will look at how mechatronics and motion systems are making an impact in the design of aerospace and defense applications. We’ll look at how new technology and mechatronic concepts are being applied to achieve new levels of performance in these demanding environments.
Speaker: Dave Chavez
Business Unit Director for Launch Vehicles and NASA Programs, Space and Defense Group
Speaker: Wayne V. Denny, Jr.
General Manager, Advanced Product Design, Metrology & Testing
The Timken Company
Speaker: Curtis Reichenfeld
Chief Technical Officer
Curtiss-Wright Controls Defense Solutions
Moderator: Al Presher