At the 2010 Hanover Trade Fair, Festo for the first time presented last year's highlights from the Bionic Learning Network. Whether as a research and development project, for industrial application or as a learning system: nature shows the way ahead for energy-efficient automation of the future.
Award-winning assistance system
Light, freely moving and yielding – the Bionic Handling Assistant poses no risk even in the event of direct human-machine contact.
Energy-efficient moving and sorting
The adaptive gripper and yielding lightweight design make it ideal for various handling tasks involving human-machine interaction.
Kite system with cybernetic control unit
A future-oriented mechatronic system that uses intelligent control technology to tame the forces of nature.