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Pneumatic robotics meets artificial intelligence
Festo Press Image BionicSoftHand_1 The BionicSoftHand should rotate a 12-sided cube so that a previously defined side points upwards at the end.
Pneumatic robotics meets artificial intelligence
Festo Press Image BionicSoftHand_2 The BionicSoftHand is operated pneumatically for the safe and direct interaction with people.
Pneumatic robotics meets artificial intelligence
Festo Press Image BionicSoftArm_1 The pneumatic lightweight robot BionicSoftArm is flexible from the start and is suitable for direct human-robot collaboration.
Pneumatic robotics meets artificial intelligence
Festo Press Image BionicSoftArm_2 The BionicSoftArm as a classic SCARA application with a pick-and-place task: it can work in the tightest of spaces around obstacles.
Pneumatic robotics meets artificial intelligence
Festo Press Image BionicFinWave_1 The fins of the BionicFinWave are cast out of silicone and do not require struts or support elements.
Pneumatic robotics meets artificial intelligence
Festo Press Image BionicFinWave_2, BionicFinWave_3 The underwater robot manoeuvres itself independently through a pipe system made of acrylic glass.
Pneumatic robotics meets artificial intelligence
Festo Press Image BionicFinWave_2, BionicFinWave_3 The underwater robot manoeuvres itself independently through a pipe system made of acrylic glass.
High-tech wood cutting in Sweden
Saw mill In the middle of the Swedish woods: the Sävar Såg sawmill owned by Swedish timber supplier Norra Timber. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
High-tech wood cutting in Sweden
Band saw line 1 One by one: As the logs pass through each station of the modular system, the distance between them becomes shorter. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
High-tech wood cutting in Sweden
Band saw line 2 Extremely robust in the dust of the sawmill: the flexible function terminal CPX/VTSA with different fieldbus modules from PROFINET to EtherNet/IP and from Modbus® to DeviceNet. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
High-tech wood cutting in Sweden
Band saw line 3 Transporting, clamping, centring: standards-based cylinders DNC and ADN can handle dust and wood shavings. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Moving into the digitalised product world
CPX-IoT-Gateway Secure connection to the Festo Cloud and exclusive access to individual digitalisation with the IoT gateway CPX-IoT. (photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Moving into the digitalised product world
Dr Michael Hoffmeister "We support our customers with digital solutions at every step of the value chain and thus also guide them along their individual digital customer journey," emphasises Dr Michael Hoffmeister, Executive Expert Digital Business at Festo. (photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Moving into the digitalised product world
Dashboard CPX Tablet Preconfigured dashboards from Festo with the IoT gateway CPX-IoT, it is possible to have preconfigured dashboards for each Festo component – with additional customisation. The dashboard is viewed in the web browser and includes diagrams and traffic lights. (photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Moving into the digitalised product world
Smartenance Key Visual Smartenance makes time-consuming preventive system maintenance obsolete. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Moving into the digitalised product world
Smartenance PC Tablet Phone Smartenance makes time-consuming preventive system maintenance obsolete. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Productivity Master points the way to digitalisation
Productivity Master Thanks to software, everything fits perfectly, from the mechanical and electric systems to the intelligence. The Productivity Master, a modular demonstration system for personalised USB memory sticks from Festo, is showing how automation technology will evolve along the value chain when combined with digitalisation. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Productivity Master points the way to digitalisation
Handling Guide Online Monitor With the Handling Guide Online, machine and equipment manufacturers could reduce their time-to-market for integrated handling systems by up to 70%. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The automated chameleon tongue
Adaptive Shape Gripper 1 The adaptive shape gripper DHEF grips formless, round and sensitive objects – as the tongue of a chameleon does. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The automated chameleon tongue
Adaptive Shape Gripper 2 The adaptive shape gripper DHEF grips formless, round and sensitive objects – as the tongue of a chameleon does. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The automated chameleon tongue
Stefanie Seiler and Nenja Rieskamp These two Festo colleagues developed the adaptive form gripper DHEF from a bionic prototype to a catalogue product: Stefanie Seiler (Product Management, on the left) und Nenja Rieskamp (Product Development) (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Festo Motion Terminal: the flexible cost-cutter
Motion Terminal VTEM Revolution in automation with the Festo Motion Terminal: through activation of new functions via apps, machine developers can create a basic machine type and then equip it with different features in accordance with customer requirements. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Festo Motion Terminal: the flexible cost-cutter
Will automation become autonomous thanks to artificial intelligence?
Festo Press Image TechTalk Festo Online Press Conference with Dionysios Satikidis, Tanja Krüger, Carmen Henschel, Dr Frank Melzer und Dr Elias Knubben (from left to right)
Will automation become autonomous thanks to artificial intelligence?
Festo Press Image BionicSoftHand The BionicSoftHand autonomously learns to solve gripping and rotating tasks by means of artificial intelligence.
New perspectives for inspections
Smart Camera 1 Inspections from several perspectives or with a large field of view is now possible with the smart camera SBRD from Festo. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
New perspectives for inspections
Smart Camera 2 Application example of the smart camera SBRD: path control with the double-head camera system. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
A Swedish recipe that really hits the spot
Volvo press image Welding process Faster and more reliable: Volvo is constantly improving its welding processes. (Photo: Volvo)
A Swedish recipe that really hits the spot
Festo press image Tip Dresser Tip dresser for articulated-arm robots: On the right the two holes for electrode milling, and on the left the compact housing with the vision system which provides the data for repositioning the electrodes. (Photo: Festo)
A Swedish recipe that really hits the spot
Festo press image static welding equipment For static welding gun systems: A fast and precise pivot arm brings the electrode milling device, the so-called tip dresser, to the electrodes after 150 spot welds have been completed. (Photo: Festo)
A Swedish recipe that really hits the spot
Festo press image Leif Winberg/Volvo and Leif Lindahl/Festo At the camera-controlled electrode milling device: Leif Winberg, Plant Engineer for Resistance Welding at Volvo in Olofström (left) and Leif Lindahl, Business Development Manager Automotive with Festo Sweden. (Photo: Festo)
A Swedish recipe that really hits the spot
Festo press image Robots Time savings: The new tip dressers significantly reduce cycle times where multiple welding robots are in use. (Photo: Festo)
A Swedish recipe that really hits the spot
Volvo press image body parts volvo Properly welded: Volvo body parts (Photo: Volvo)
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