Mechanical engineers use ProAnalyst when designing, building, and testing robots. In this example, engineers used automatic 2-D tracking to continually calculate the distance between two pincer joints. Contour tracking was used to quantitatively characterize the deformation of the ball.
Automotive engineers use ProAnalyst to study the oscillations of a valve spring. Automatic tracking of multiple features in ProAnalyst makes it easy to extract and graph several data sets simultaneously.
Researchers in the area of materials science and engineering use ProAnalyst to evaluate properties and performance for industrial applications. This video shows an elastic material as it is stretched to the point of breakage. Automatic 1-D line tracking is used to continually measure the distance from breakage origin to each leading edge.
Major corporations using Xcitex software for
Johnson and Johnson
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