Benchmarks of Celera Motion

1994

MicroE Systems is founded.

1995

MicroE Systems develops its first generation Motion Control Board.

2000

Applimotion, Inc. is founded.

2001

Micro E Systems releases MercuryTM Series Encoder

2002

Applimotion releases ULT Series rotary torque motors.

2003

GSI acquires the encoder business of Dynamics Research Corp. MicroE Systems releases the ChipEncoderTM SMT Mount Encoders. Applimotion relocates to Loomis, CA location and releases UTS Series slotless rotary motors.

2004

GSI acquires MicroE Systems.

2005

MicroE Systems releases Mercury IITM Series Encoders. Applimotion releases first Linear Arc Motors.

2007

MicroE Systems moves to Bedford, MA location. The DRC Encoder product line becomes part of MicroE Systems. Applimotion releases first linear motor products.

2008

MicroE Systems begins production metal tape scale gratings.

2012

MicroE Systems release SearchlightTM OEM absolute encoder solution.

2015

The exclusive Celera Motion Pathfinder motion control development tool is launched.
Celera Motion releases Optira™ Series Encoders.

2016

MicroE and Applimotion product lines are integrated into a new comprehensive Celera Motion website.
CAD models become available online.
Celera Motion releases Veratus™ Series Encoders equipped with the new VeraPath™ technology.

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