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Piezo Motion Launches High-Precision, Standing Wave-Type Line of Motors Ahead of the Energy, Drone & Robotics Summit

Piezo Motion’s new rotary motors provide superior performance for next-generation drones and satellites

LAKEWOOD RANCH, Fla., June 06, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via InvestorWire — Piezo Motion, a Brain Scientific (OTCQB:BRSF) company, today announces the release of rotary motors for devices or applications requiring rapid response times, high-torque, micro-radian resolution and almost zero backlash. Piezo Motion has also released a whitepaper detailing these motors and will unveil its new products at the Sixth Annual Energy, Drone & Robotics Summit in Houston on June 20-22.

“Our Imperial Series rotary motors offer incredible resolution, with more than one million steps per rotation,” said Hassan Kotob, chairman and CEO of Piezo Motion. “This extremely high-performing specification is far superior to traditional DC motors and is ideal for applications that require silent operation and smooth rotation.”

In a statement, Benson Engineering said they are, “Looking forward to engaging drone manufacturers and discussing camera gimbal, grab and hold applications using Piezo Motion motors. These lightweight, non-electromagnetic emissions, power-off for hold-position products will be of great value to drone manufacturers.”

Piezo Motion’s new rotary motors are built with technology that provides a stable, accurate motor designed specifically for ultra-smooth, rapid motion required by cutting-edge original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).

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.

“Piezo Motion will be showcasing its new technology at Booth #613,” said Kotob, adding, “the sales and engineering teams have already scheduled multiple meetings with manufacturers during the summit and are looking forward to sharing the unique advantages of our technology.”

A new whitepaper is available on the company’s website detailing the Imperial Series rotary motor specifications.

The full whitepaper can be obtained here: Piezo Motion Whitepaper.

About Piezo Motion

Piezo Motion (piezomotion.com), a Brain Scientific company, is a leader in precision motor technology with multimillion-dollar investments in research and development of affordable piezoelectric motors to meet, and exceed, the needs of today’s global markets. The company is committed to the development of innovative technology and motion products that enhance functionality in a multitude of applications. The company works with startups, OEMs, research institutions and industrial companies from around the world, empowering the visionaries behind their products.

About Brain Scientific

Brain Scientific (brainscientific.com) is a medical technology company with multiple patents and FDA-cleared products. Brain Scientific is committed to developing next-gen solutions that advance the future of neurodiagnostic and OEM medical devices. Brain Scientific has two product lines covering neurology and precision motion. The NeuroCap and NeuroEEG are smart neurological diagnostic devices that simplify administration, shorten scan time, and cut costs. The Piezo Motion product line consists of ultra-efficient compact precision motors that will drive the next generation of medical devices. To learn more about Brain Scientific’s corporate strategy, products, or investor relations, please visit brainscientific.com.

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