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27 November 2002 Optomechatronic systems technology: fundamentals, state of the art, and future directions
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Most engineered products/processes/systems have continually evolved to enhance their performance. However, they still need to further evolve towards having such characteristics as high precision, intelligence and autonomy. In this paper, an opto-mechatronic systems technology is introduced as one of the enabling techniques, for such evolution. It is an integrated multidisciplinary technology combining optical, electrical, mechanical and computer engineering fields, thus creating new value and functions as a result of integration. Such integrated technology is shown to be derivable from the key technologies of the optical and mechatronic engineering fields and to a variety of fundamental functionalities required to produce the systems. The obtainable synergy and the future perspectives of the technology are discussed in detail.
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Hyungsuck Cho and Young Jun Roh "Optomechatronic systems technology: fundamentals, state of the art, and future directions", Proc. SPIE 4789, Algorithms and Systems for Optical Information Processing VI, (27 November 2002); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.455970
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