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January 20, 2022

MC Piezo Motion Expands US Partner Network 1 400

Piezo Motion, a Brain Scientific (OTCQB:BRSF) company, and Advanced Motion Systems recently announced a distribution partnership. Piezo Motion is a developer and leading manufacturer of precision motor technology. Advanced Motion Systems, based in central New York, specializes in industrial automation products and services. Through the partnership, Advanced Motion will expand its market by offering piezoelectric motors to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) across New York.

Piezo Motion’s multifaceted rotary and linear motors are built with technology that provides a stable, accurate motor that is designed specifically for OEMs that require ultimate speed, size, and accuracy.

“Piezo Motion has a unique offering that no one else has, which is the simplicity of the device compared to the competition, and it really got me excited,” explained Tony Overy, president of Advanced Motion Systems. “At the core of our business is motion control. With Piezo Motion we will focus on working with OEMs in the commercial space who need motion control for hand-held devices or medical instruments.”

Piezo Motion motors are used globally for a variety of applications. These include laboratory instruments, biomedicine, optics, semiconductors, nanotechnology industries, and industrial electronic and automotive systems, along with an expanding portfolio of products that combine performance with dramatically lower cost over conventional piezo solutions.

“We are pleased with the market’s reaction to our breakthrough technologies,” said Hassan Kotob, chairman and CEO of Brain Scientific. “Our products will allow Advanced Motion to provide innovative and unique solutions to their customers.”

 

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