• FreeMotionHandling


    With the autonomous indoor flying object, Festo has for the first time combined gripping and flying in a single future concept.

  • 3D Cocooner

    3D Cocooner

    The bionic 3D Cocooner spins complex and equally stable lattice structures out of a glass fibre thread – freely in space, without any support.

  • BionicANTs


    For the BionicANTs, Festo has not only technically implemented the delicate anatomy of ants, but also their cooperative behaviour.

  • eMotionButterflies


    Thanks to an intelligent indoor GPS with infrared technology, the artificial butterflies are able to move in an enclosed space without colliding. Find out more!

  • FlexShapeGripper


    By inverting its elastic silicone cap, the gripper can pick up, gather and set back down the widest range of objects in a single procedure.

Bionic Learning Network

Highlights 2015–2016 

In 2015 and 2016, the team from the Bionic Learning Network once again dealt with the question of what the production of the future can learn from nature. Whether they involve intelligent subsystems and components, amazing gripping mechanisms or new production technologies – the projects on show once again created new impetus for the factory of tomorrow.