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What does PPS stand for?

PPS stands for Precision Positioning System


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The company has developed innovative solutions for the automated manufacturing of solar cells that leverage its expertise in high-power lasers, precision positioning systems, vibration isolation and optical subsystems to enhance the speed and precision of the solar cell manufacturing process.
In addition to Johnson Electric's facilities and expertise in micro-motors, solenoids, switches, sensors, flexi-circuits and device assembly, Johnson Medtech is comprised of the following component brands: Parlex, a provider of design, prototyping, assembly and custom manufacturing for flexible circuits and non-invasive sensors; Johnson Motor, a manufacturer of DC micromotors and gear motors; Ledex, a manufacturer of precision solenoids; Nanomotion, a developer and manufacturer of ceramic servomotors, precision positioning systems and piezo motion solutions for microscopy and surgical applications; and Saia, a provider of stepper motors and micro-switches for medical subsystems.
Current products and opportunities available for vehicle navigation include: * Parallel swathing -- Precision positioning systems based on GPS technologies that reduce overlap between spray vehicle passes.
New Scale currently sells a range of miniature motors and precision positioning systems that are powerful, and efficient, for emerging applications in nanotechnology, microelectronics, optics, lasers, biotechnology, medical devices, aerospace and defense, fluid control, and office/consumer products.
makes miniature motors and precision positioning systems that are cost effective, powerful, and efficient for emerging applications in nanotechnology, microelectronics, optics, lasers, biotechnology, medical devices, aerospace and defense, fluid control, and office/consumer products.