Celera Motion Broadens Precision Motion Capabilities

Adds Servo Drives to Complement Its Encoders, Motors and Mechatronics

Celera Motion, a business unit of Novanta Corporation, announces the acquisition of Ingenia, which develops and manufactures servo drives and control software. This acquisition significantly enhances Celera Motion's precision motion capabilities.


Celera Motion, A Novanta Company, announces the acquisition of Ingenia, developer of high performance servo drives and control software.

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Based in Barcelona, Spain, Ingenia provides original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) with customized motion control solutions based on high performance and high power servo drive technology. Celera Motion provides medical and advanced industrial OEM customers with precision optical and inductive encoders, motors and actuators, and mechatronics solutions.

"Ingenia's products complement the Celera Motion products, and we're excited to bring these talented and innovative teams together," said Leane Sinicki, Precision Motion Group President, Novanta. "This acquisition expands and enhances our offering as we help our customers solve their most complex motion challenges."

About Celera Motion

Celera Motion, headquartered in Bedford, Massachusetts, is a market leading provider of motion control components and subsystems for OEMs serving a variety of medical and advanced industrial markets. Celera Motion offers precision encoders, motors, and customized mechatronic solutions that help customers solve challenging motion control problems. For more information, visit www.celeramotion.com.

About Novanta

Novanta is a trusted technology partner to OEMs in the medical and advanced industrial technology markets, with deep proprietary expertise in photonics, vision and precision motion technologies. For more information, visit www.novanta.com.

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