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It’s official: BionicOpter is the biggest flying robotic insect
Festo Press Image BionicOpter.jpg The highly integrated system can be operated easily and intuitively via a smartphone.
It’s official: BionicOpter is the biggest flying robotic insect
Festo Press Image BionicOpter2.jpg The BionicOpter is an ultralight flying object.
It’s official: BionicOpter is the biggest flying robotic insect
Festo Press Image BionicOpter_WorldGuinnessRecords.jpg Since September 5th the BionicOpter can be observed in the Guinness World Records 2020.
Move loads of up to 999 kg at the touch of a finger
Balancer Ergonomics improves efficiency: a servo-pneumatic balancer combined with Festo's drive solution YHBP allows employees in assembly and logistics to lift and move loads effortlessly, at the touch of a finger. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Move loads of up to 999 kg at the touch of a finger
Kia door fitting Kia Motors Slovakia counts on the balancer for fitting doors in its vehicle production. (Photo: Kia Motors Slovakia)
Move loads of up to 999 kg at the touch of a finger
Kia wheel fitting The balancer’s ergonomic benefits also come into their own when fitting wheels in Kia Motors’ car production plant in Slovakia. (Photo: Kia Motors Slovakia)
BionicCobot could revolutionise the textile industry
BionicWorkplace 1 Exciting concept study from Festo: in the BionicWorkplace, a person works with a robot arm as well as numerous assistance systems that are networked with each other. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
BionicCobot could revolutionise the textile industry
BionicWorkplace 2 The future in sight: a worker can intuitively control the BionicCobot using movement, touch or speech. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
BionicCobot could revolutionise the textile industry
BionicWorkplace 3 The future belongs to sensor technology. Sensors and camera systems record the positions of the worker, components and tools. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Festo Pressebild Head Office Head Office of Festo in Esslingen a.N., Germany. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Festo Pressebild process automation Festo supports its customers in all project phases, from engineering right through to operation and maintenance. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Festo Press Image SIL and explosion protection Festo supplies products and solutions for safety-related applications. (Foto: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
Festo Press Image CP Factory Qualification for Industry 4.0: Festo Didactic offers a cyber-physical learning and research platform in the form of the CP Factory. This platform models the stations in a real production plant. (Photo: Festo Didactic SE)
Festo and Siemens integrate Multi-Carrier-System into Bosch Rexroth transfer system
Multi-Carrier-System MCS 1 Seamless integration: the Multi-Carrier-System (MCS®) in the Bosch Rexroth transfer system TS 2plus. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Festo and Siemens integrate Multi-Carrier-System into Bosch Rexroth transfer system
Multi-Carrier-System MCS 2 Seamless integration: the Multi-Carrier-System (MCS®) in the Bosch Rexroth transfer system TS 2plus. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Festo and Siemens integrate Multi-Carrier-System into Bosch Rexroth transfer system
Multi-Carrier-System MCS 3 Seamless integration: the Multi-Carrier-System (MCS®) in the Bosch Rexroth transfer system TS 2plus. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Festo and Siemens integrate Multi-Carrier-System into Bosch Rexroth transfer system
Multi-Carrier-System MCS 4 Seamless transition from the Bosch Rexroth transfer system TS 2plus to the Multi-Carrier-System (MCS®). (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG
Festo and Siemens integrate Multi-Carrier-System into Bosch Rexroth transfer system
Multi-Carrier-System MCS 5 Standard carrier TS 2plus on the Multi-Carrier-System (MCS®). (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Festo and Siemens integrate Multi-Carrier-System into Bosch Rexroth transfer system
Multi-Carrier-System MCS 6 Standard carrier TS 2plus on the Multi-Carrier-System (MCS®). (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
SupraMotion: contact-free, quiet and clean
SupraMotion_1 With superconductor technology, objects can be stored and moved without contact – as with the SupraDrive 2.0 exhibit. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
SupraMotion: contact-free, quiet and clean
SupraMotion_2 At the SupraMultitool exhibit, a handling system positions a workpiece carrier on two different magnets in turn. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
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.
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)
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