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Fast and reliable configuration of automated process valves
Configurator for process valve units 1 Get the right solution quickly and easily with the configurator for process valve units. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Fast and reliable configuration of automated process valves
Configurator for process valve units 2 Get the right solution quickly and easily with the configurator for process valve units. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Optimized for control cabinet installation
Control cabinet solutions Greater flexibility inside the control cabinet with CPX-E and VTUG. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Optimized for control cabinet installation
Automation system CPX-E The modular CPX-E automation system. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Optimized for control cabinet installation
Valve terminal VTUG plug-in Optimised for control cabinet installation and to save space: the VTUG with plug-in. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Record year 2017: Festo continues strong growth
Head Office.jpg Headquarters of Festo in Esslingen a.N., Germany (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Record year 2017: Festo continues strong growth
Alfred_Goll.jpg Alfred Goll, Spokesman of the Management Board, Festo AG (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Record year 2017: Festo continues strong growth
Dr_Ansgar_Kriwet.jpg Dr. Ansgar Kriwet, Member of the Management Board Sales, Festo AG (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Festo invests in artificial intelligence
Festo Press Image Dr Frank Melzer Dr Frank Melzer, Member of the Management Board Product and Technology Management at Festo. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Festo invests in artificial intelligence
Resolto Press Image Tanja Krüger Tanja Krüger, managing Director of Resolto Informatik GmbH. (Photo: Resolto Informatik GmbH)
Festo invests in artificial intelligence
Resolto Press Image Resolto Informatik GmbH By signing the contract with Resolto Informatik GmbH, Festo will take a further important step towards implementation of the smart factory. (Photo: Resolto Informatik GmbH)
The Festo Group
Head Office.jpg Head Office of Festo in Esslingen a.N., Germany (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
VTEM.jpg With the Festo Motion Terminal (VTEM), Festo is ushering in the digital era of pneumatics. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
The Festo Group
CP_Factory.jpg Qualification of technical specialists with solutions from Festo Didactic: Qualification for Industry 4.0 with the cyber-physical learning factory (Photo: Festo Didactic SE)
Bionics4Education: Generating enthusiasm for MINT
Festo Press Image Bionics4Education_1 Bionics4Education: An integral didactic concept comprising learning kits and a digital learning environment (source: Festo)
Bionics4Education: Generating enthusiasm for MINT
Festo Press Image Bionics4Education_2 Three robotic models can be generated from the one kit – ideal for multidisciplinary teaching at schools (source: Festo)
Bionics4Education: Generating enthusiasm for MINT
Festo Press Image Bionics4Education_3 Education in the digital era: Intuitive control of the robotic animals by smartphone or tablet (source: Festo)
Bionics4Education: Generating enthusiasm for MINT
Festo Press Image Bionics4Education_4 Bionics Kits for creative minds: Discovering the fascinating world of bionics in a playful way, and learning about technology with fun and enjoyment (source: Festo)
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
BionicFlyingFox_1 Despite its wingspan of 228 cm and its overall length of 87 cm, the BionicFlyingFox weighs 580 grams.
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
BionicFlyingFox_2 The wing kinematics of the BionicFlyingFox are also divided into primaries and secondaries.
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
BionicWheelBot_1 Mechatronic overall system: intricate kinematics based on a natural model.
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
BionicWheelBot_2 The BionicWheelBot in rolling mode with extended propelling legs.
Festo builds a superconductive motor for the first time
SupraMotor_1 Superconducting compact claw pole motor with electrical solid-state cooling.
Festo builds a superconductive motor for the first time
SupraMotor_2 The SupraMotor only needs energy for cooling in the low three-digit watt range.
Festo builds a superconductive motor for the first time
SupraMotor_3 The SupraMotor has a high overload capacity and is suitable for applications in continuous operation.
BionicWorkplace: Human-robot collaboration with artificial intelligence
BionicWorkplace_1 BionicWorkplace: A human works together with a bionic robotic arm, along with numerous assistance systems and peripheral devices that are conntected and communicate with each other.
BionicWorkplace: Human-robot collaboration with artificial intelligence
BionicWorkplace_2 Humans can intuitively control the BionicCobot by means of gestures, touch or speech.
BionicWorkplace: Human-robot collaboration with artificial intelligence
BionicWorkplace_3 Sensors and camera systems register the positions of the operator, components and tools.
BionicWorkplace: Human-robot collaboration with artificial intelligence
BionicWorkplace_4 The constant automatic feed of material in this scenario is ensured by a Robotino®, which autonomously travels back and forth between the stations. It is loaded by a refined version of the BionicMotionRobot.
Mexico on course for I4.0 with German know-how
Mexico_Head_Office.jpg Head Office of Festo Mexico in the Tlalnepantla area of Mexico City. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Mexico on course for I4.0 with German know-how
Festo_Ballooning.jpg Festo Ballooning at the foot of one of the largest buildings of antiquity, the pyramid of Teotihuacán in Mexico. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Mexico on course for I4.0 with German know-how
Mechatronics_for_kids.jpg Technical education for Mexico: Festo’s “Automation and Mechatronics for kids” events, in which over 1,000 children and young people from all over Mexico take part every year, are a great success. Picture: Event 2016 in Mexico City as part of the dual Germany-Mexico year. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Mexico on course for I4.0 with German know-how
Dual_Year.jpg Qualification 4.0 for Mexico: Working via German Chamber of Commerce (AHK), German Society for International Cooperation (GIZ) and Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training (BIBB), Germany is among the countries supporting the Mexican government in the introduction and implementation of a Mexican model of dual vocational training. Festo is a much sought-after partner in this area. The concluding event of the joint Germany-Mexico Year with the Federal German Chancellor and the Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto took place in Mexico City on June 10th 2017: an exchange of views on technical training on the Festo stand. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Mexico on course for I4.0 with German know-how
Uni_SLP_4.jpg Qualification of students in the Festo Authorized and Certified Training Centre (FACT) at the Universidad Politecnica de San Luis Potosí (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
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