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Why does the Robotics and Motion Platform use an FPGA, surely this is overkill for motor control applications?

  • Traditionally, motion control involved the use of low-cost microcontrollers. Today’s demanding production environments, though, require real-time, low-latency, and flexibility in sensing and feedback options and the trends all lead to FPGAs. The Reconfigurable Motion and Robotics Platform can help you develop better high-precision industrial robotics devices and provides you with the flexibility needed to tackle a wide variety of motion control applications required for Smart Manufacturing.