News - 26 Nov 2015
Standardised IO-Link technology makes communication with sensors and actuators simple and economical. The result of an evolutionary development, this low-cost connection technology with three or five...
News - 17 Dec 2011
Schunk has introduced a quick Pick and Place Unit, PPU-E30, which does not require any sensitive moving motor cables. The device is capable of working at high speed cycle rates with accuracies of 0.01...
Article - 17 Aug 2012
Researchers are now beginning to look at the structures to other forms of life and how such life forms could be used as a template to design robotic structures.
News - 18 Apr 2011
Two undergraduate biomedical students from Ryerson University have built Artificial Muscle-Operated (AMO) arm, a robotic arm controlled by brain signals.
Unlike conventional prosthetic arms, which...
News - 3 Sep 2019
Festo features innovations that shorten packaging machine development time and reduce engineering overhead at Pack Expo, September 23-25, Las Vegas Convention Center. (Festo Pack Expo Booth #...
News - 15 Jun 2015
The harsher the environmental conditions, the more robust process automation actuators must be. The new linear actuator DFPI-NB3 from Festo is exceptionally tough thanks to its integrated displacement...
News - 13 Mar 2014
The design of technical products is becoming more and more of a key factor in international competition. For the automation specialist Festo, design has for many years been an integral part of the...
Article - 24 Nov 2021
Researchers have devised a control system for soft continuum robots that aids on-demand active steering abilities.
News - 19 Aug 2014
Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems and New York Air Brake, working in conjunction with Rochester Institute of Technology, have created the Knorr-Bremse North America Mechatronics Laboratory at...
News - 12 May 2014
Festo provides suitable handling systems with a high dynamic response and at low cost. Festo handling systems are genuine alternatives to complex and heavy robot systems.
30 per cent faster...