Design & Engineering Insights: Eaton Dynamic Machine Control Aims to Improve Efficiency and Performance

Eaton's Dynamic Machine Control technology leverages software and machine data to make better decisions about what the machine needs at any given moment.

Matt DeBruine, Global Product Management Leader – Drives and System Solutions – Hydraulics, and Ben Hoxie, Director of Engineering – Power and Motion Controls – Hydraulics at Eaton discuss the many benefits of the company's Dynamic Machine Control Technology. 

The technology combines intelligent hydraulic, electronic and mechanical components to improve performance of various machine types and systems. Software and machine data are leveraged to make better decisions about what the machine needs at any given moment. The technology aims to better solve customers' needs for efficiency, simplifying and improving productivity, and safety. "It's an approach to how we solve challenges on the machine," says DeBruine. 
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