When you combine the innovations of motion control, the Internet of Things, 3D printing, electronics and sensors, and mechanical components, you get the latest drivers in industrial automation. Industrial automation covers the ongoing developments of how engineers automate every aspect of our world.
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Thanks to improved capabilities, stepper motors are becoming a popular option for industrial automation applications. Component integration, software macros, and other innovations help simplify implementation.