MCA Launches New Motion Control Online Website

MCA completely rethought the navigation structure to ensure users are only a click away from the information they are looking for.

(Ann Arbor, Michigan - January 14, 2015) - Motion Control Association (MCA), the global trade group for the motion control industry, has launched a completely redeveloped Motion Control Online website. Motion Control Online originally launched in 2006 and has grown to become the leading global website visited for motion control and related automation technology information.


The new Motion Control Online offers a number of improvements that were made with the goal of creating a more user-friendly experience for visitors in mind. The new, easy-to-use site is packed with content — technical articles, the latest products and technologies, videos, educational information, leading supplier company profiles, tools to help users find distributors and manufacturers that can help with their project, the latest market data and trends information, a motion control career center and more.

MCA completely rethought the navigation structure to ensure users are only a click away from the information they are looking for. Search capabilities have been greatly enhanced with advanced web development and search engine strategies and tools, including a quick access dropdown function on the home page and a new ‘Browse By' option, so users can quickly find the products, companies, and services to meet their needs.

Other new website features include:

*MCA member company profile page enhancements so website visitors can easily find pertinent and relevant information on each company's products and services.
*Powerful new MCA member tools give MCA member companies 24/7 access to content uploads, website traffic, statistics, and more.
*Career Center portal to post and view job opportunities in the motion control industry.
*New options for advertisers, providing additional opportunities to reach their target market.

The new website makes it easy to interact with MCA via social media channels, as well as the ability to "share" information. In addition, the new Motion Control Online is responsive and scales for tablet and mobile phone viewing and has Google translate built in to the site, allowing visitors from around the world a better experience in their own language.

For more information on the MCA and to view the site, please visit Motion Control Online.

About MCA
The Motion Control Association (MCA) is a global not-for-profit trade group dedicated to promoting the understanding and use of motion control technologies and developing business opportunities for mechanical and electronic (mechatronics) motion control companies. Its members include manufacturers of complete motion control systems, component manufacturers, system integrators, distributors, end users, consulting firms, academic institutions and research groups directly involved with mechanical and electronic (mechatronics) motion control around the world. MCA is part of the Association for Advancing Automation (A3).

About Association for Advancing Automation (A3)
The Association for Advancing Automation is the global advocate for the benefits of automating. A3 is the umbrella group for the Motion Control Association (MCA), Robotic Industries Association (RIA), and AIA - the vision and imaging association. MCA, RIA, and AIA combined represent 800 automation stakeholders from throughout the world. For more information, please visit our websites: A3; MCA; RIA; AIA.

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