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The paper deals with applicative aspects concerning the control of speed and position of a BLDC servo system with low - but Variable in a given range - Moment of Inertia (VMI). Detailed models of various applications, some control solutions are discussed and developed and part of them tested on the basis of the specific features of the plants with VMI. The adopted control solutions - PI(D) control (as reference solution) and fuzzy control with homogenous and non-homogenous dynamics - are briefly presented and some approaches regarding the methods are highlighted. Due to the applicability of the methods in the field of mechatronics applications with VMI (speed and positioning control of rapid plants), the presented aspects are of permanent actuality, and they offer directions of future research.