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Motion Control Resources

What is Windows PC-based Automation?

by Daron Underwood, Vice President R&D, CTO

POSTED: 06/01/2017

Windows PC-based automation is a process that entails the use of software to manage real-time (RTOS) applications written in C#, C++, .NET, etc… that can perform such functions as motion control and machine vision in various industrial procedural environments. With the right PC software, you can not only enhance precision

Major Benefits of Soft Motion Control

by Dipesh Mukerji, Vice President Marketing & Strategy

POSTED: 05/30/2017

Soft motion control is a PC-based motion control application recommended for engineers in the industrial automation, robotics and semiconductor industries. Software-based motion control eliminates the need for complicated cabling and configurations as well as elevated costs of installing and operating motion control hardware. KINGSTAR Soft Motion offers an ideal solution to

Major Features of Motion Control Software

by Jerry Leitz, Director of Field Engineering

POSTED: 05/26/2017

Motion control software is a PC-based application that is used by developers of motion control systems in various industries. With it, engineers are able to develop fully automated motion control applications for a wide range of industrial automation systems. Among the various motion control applications on the market, KINGSTAR Soft Motion

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Real-Time Machine Vision

by Jerry Leitz, Director of Field Engineering

POSTED: 04/21/2017

A real-time machine vision application is software designed for developers of machine vision applications. As the name suggests, it is enhanced with numerous features to enable you to cut down the duration of time and effort

What You Should Know about Motion Controller Applications

by Dipesh Mukerji, Vice President Marketing & Strategy

POSTED: 04/20/2017

A motion controller is an application that is integrated in a soft PLC for managing industrial processes. Through the PC-based software, you can fully transform your industrial PC into a PLC, consolidating automated processes and machinery for efficiency in management. In PC-based control systems, there are standard OSs like Windows that

Real-Time Motion Control Explained

by Terri Hawker, Vice President Product Management

POSTED: 04/19/2017

Real-time motion control can be very challenging, especially when you do not have the right application to use. In fact, it can push you into changing or modifying Windows to deliver the intended results in terms of real-time performance and determinism. Due to the inconvenience and complexity of using hardware, you

RTOS 101: Tasks, Priorities and Analysis

by Terri Hawker, Vice President Product Management

POSTED: 03/22/2017

The use of Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) is increasingly common in embedded software designs, as an RTOS makes it easy to divide your code

6 Ways that PC-Based Motion Control Outperforms Hardware

by Dipesh Mukerji, Vice President Marketing & Strategy

POSTED: 03/09/2017

PC-based motion control solutions deliver 6 main advantages: 1. Cost reduction. The cost of installing software is much lower than purchasing traditional hardware required, such as multiple DSP & FPGA boards and wiring cables. This reduces the overall cost of acquisition as well the maintenance cost of the system after it

Soft Motion Control for Machine Automation

by Daron Underwood, Vice President R&D, CTO

POSTED: 03/07/2017

Traditional hardware-based motion control comes with countless challenges: it’s expensive, inefficient, cumbersome, and not well suited to the pace of today’s business and technology. Software-based motion control, or simply soft motion control, solves these challenges and more. Soft motion control is ideal for any business environment. It provides a platform

3 Benefits of Software-Based PLCs

by Dipesh Mukerji, Vice President Marketing & Strategy

POSTED: 02/06/2017

Let’s be honest: most available programmable logic controllers (PLCs) are hard to work with. They are not easily programmable, as they do not support common programming languages, only the manufacturer’s. This makes it difficult for programmers and users to make upgrades and configure the application to support the required devices.

Direct Motion Applications Using Real-Time Software-Based Machine Vision

by Jerry Leitz, Director of Field Engineering

POSTED: 02/02/2017

As industries like robotics and manufacturing become increasingly complex, developers require more sophisticated solutions to meet their requirements. Software-based motion control and machine vision have arisen to address these needs. Real-time soft motion and machine vision allow organizations to deliver high quality outputs while reducing the cost of production. Vision-directed motion

Why Motion Control Software Makes Sense for Your Business

by Dipesh Mukerji, Vice President Marketing & Strategy

POSTED: 02/02/2017

Traditional motion control applications came with limited options. The high cost to acquire the required appliances and the many applications used in the process made streamlined motion control difficult. Using the right motion control software makes the process much easier and more convenient. It ensures the quality of production is

Blog Post: Motion Solutions Names Scott Depenbrok to the Position of President

by MOSO Marketing

POSTED: 01/24/2017

ALISO VIEJO, CA – Motion Solutions, a distributor of world-class automation products and custom engineering solutions, is pleased to announce that the Board of Directors

Benefits of Using Motion Control Software

by Jerry Leitz, Director of Field Engineering

POSTED: 01/18/2017

Traditional motion control requires extensive hardware and software installations. This can be an expensive undertaking to acquire all the required appliances. Soft motion software provides a solution to this predicament. Designed to run on a PC, soft motion reduces the cost of running and controlling motion by 25–50%. As a plug-and-play

How to Reduce Your Motion Control Costs in 2017

by Jerry Leitz, Director of Field Engineering

POSTED: 01/09/2017

For most businesses, new year’s resolutions remain pretty consistent from year to year: Optimize costs without sacrificing performance. Get to market faster. Beat the competition. These goals stay the same because they’re not easy to achieve. Doing more with less can be critical to your success, but the “how” is


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