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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.
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)
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)
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
Festo Press Image AquaJellies Autonomous behaviour thanks to integrated communication and sensor technology. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
Festo Press Image BionicWheelBot Mechatronic overall system: intricate kinematics based on a natural model. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
Festo Press Image BionicWheelBot The BionicWheelBot in rolling mode with extended propelling legs. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
Festo Press Image BionicFlyingFox Despite its wingspan of 228 cm and its overall length of 87 cm, the BionicFlyingFox weighs 580 grams. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Unique forms of motion derived from nature
Festo Press Image BionicFlyingFox The wing kinematics of the BionicFlyingFox are also divided into primaries and secondaries. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Festo presents smart automation at SPS IPC Drives
CMMT_EMMT Servo drive system with controller CMMT-AS and motor EMMT-AS. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Festo presents smart automation at SPS IPC Drives
CPX-IoT-Gateway Secure access to the Festo cloud and exclusive access to individual digitalisation: the IoT gateway CPX-IoT. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Festo presents smart automation at SPS IPC Drives
BionicWorkplace In the BionicWorkplace, humans work together with a robot arm and numerous assistance systems that are networked with each other. (Photo: Festo AG & Co. KG)
Festo presents smart automation at SPS IPC Drives
CP Factory Qualification for industry 4.0: With the CP Factory, Festo Didactic offers a cyber-physical learning and research platform. The platform represents the stations of a real production plant as a model. (Photo: Festo Didactic SE)
Bionics4Education is winner of the Worlddidac Award 2018
Festo Press Image Award ceremony Worlddidac Award 2018 The award ceremony took place on 07 November 2018 as part of Worlddidac / Swissdidac Bern (Image source: Worlddidac)
Bionics4Education is winner of the Worlddidac Award 2018
Festo Press Image Bionics4Education_1 Bionics4Education: Holistic educational concept consisting of educational kits and digital learning environment (Image source: Festo)
Bionics4Education is winner of the Worlddidac Award 2018
Festo Press Image Bionics4Education_2 Three robot models can be implemented with one modular system - ideal for interdisciplinary STEM instruction (Image source: Festo)
eMotionButterflies
Festo Press Images eMotionButterflies To prevent the ultra-lightweight eMotionButterflies from colliding, they are coordinated by an indoor GPS. (Photos: Festo AG & Co. KG)
eMotionButterflies
Festo Press Images eMotionButterflies To prevent the ultra-lightweight eMotionButterflies from colliding, they are coordinated by an indoor GPS. (Photos: Festo AG & Co. KG)
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