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BionicSoftArm
BionicSoftArm Modular pneumatic lightweight robot

Whether free and flexible movements or defined sequences, thanks to its modular design, the pneumatic lightweight robot can be used for numerous applications. In combination with various adaptive grippers, it can pick up and handle a wide variety of objects and shapes. At the same time, it is completely compliant and poses no danger to the user even in the event of a collision.

BionicMotionRobot
BionicMotionRobot Lightweight robot with natural movement patterns

Sensitive and gentle or powerful and dynamic – the BionicMotionRobot’s movements are inspired by an elephant’s trunk and an octopus’s tentacles. The pneumatic lightweight robot features 12 degrees of freedom and, with a payload of three kilograms, can carry approximately its own weight.

TentacleGripper
TentacleGripper Gripping modelled on an octopus tentacle

The octopus is a fascinating creature. As it has no skeleton and is made almost entirely of soft muscle, it is also extremely flexible and manoeuvrable. This not only means it can swim agilely in all directions, but also grip a wide range of objects in a form-fitting manner. The TentacleGripper now takes makes this phenomenon its own.

Code of Conduct
Code of Conduct for Festo Group Companies

Festo Group is an internationally active family owned company

with a long-standing tradition and a high reputation among

its business partners and employees. Festo Group emphasizes

integrity and has a high standard with regard to ethics and

legal compliance. With this Code of Conduct, we acknowledge

our responsibility towards our commercial and social environment,

including our employees working around the world.

SupraMotion 2019
SupraMotion 2019 Superconductors in automation

SupraMotion – new applications with superconductivity for the industrial automation of the future.

BionicSoftHand
BionicSoftHand Pneumatic robot hand with artificial intelligence

Whether grasping, holding or turning, touching, typing or pressing – in everyday life, we use our hands as a matter of course for the most diverse tasks. The human hand is a true miracle tool of nature. What could be more logical than equipping robots in collaborative working spaces with a gripper that is modelled on this natural model and can learn through artificial intelligence to solve a wide variety of gripping and turning tasks?

BionicFinWave
BionicFinWave Underwater robot with unique fin drive

The marine planarian, cuttlefish and Nile perch have one thing in common: in order to propel themselves, they use their fins to generate a continuous wave, which advances along their entire length. With this so-called undulating fin movement, the BionicFinWave also manoeuvres through a pipe system made of acrylic glass. At the same time the autonomous underwater robot is able to communicate with the outside world wirelessly and transmit data – such as the recorded sensor values for temperature and pressure – to a tablet.

Festo Supplier Code of Conduct
Festo Supplier Code of Conduct Guideline for suppliers

Within the Corporate Principles and the Festo Code of Conduct, the Festo Group and its employees have committed

themselves to support and apply the basic principles in the areas of human rights and working conditions, quality

and environmental management, health and safety as well as the fight against corruption and bribery.

Corporate Responsibility
Corporate Responsibility Responsible actions. Healthy growth. Across generations.

Our company, Festo, stands for clear values, the highest quality and customer-oriented innovation. As a company, we therefore think long term and act with a sense of responsibility.

Our people. Our company. Our future.
Our people. Our company. Our future. Corporate Responsibility Report 2016

The first Corporate Responsibility Report by Festo is shaped by the central theme, ‘Our people. Our company. Our future.’ The statements in this report relate to the Festo Group worldwide. The data covers Festo AG & Co. KG, its subsidiaries, all the companies in the Festo Group abroad as well as Festo Didactic SE. The report shows the sustainability strategy and the corresponding activities of the Festo Group and essentially relates to the period from 1 January to 31 December 2016.

Pictures of the Festo plants

This overview shows pictures of the headquarter, technology factory Scharnhausen and the plant in Rohrbach.

(zip file contains 3 documents with various pictures, one file for each plant)

Bionics4Education
Bionics4Education Educational kit with an innovative learning environment

Getting young people interested in technology is one of the main aims of our Bionic Learning Network. The Bionics4Education project brings the world of bionics together with the education sector. The interactive education concept allows a variety of topics relating to bionics to be experienced in the classroom. It consists of a digital learning environment and a practical training kit, which the pupils can use to make bionic prototypes in a creative manner.

BionicFlyingFox
BionicFlyingFox Ultra-lightweight flying object with intelligent kinematics

Flying fox as inspiration: thanks to its intelligent kinematics, the BionicFlyingFox is as agile and manoeuvrable in flight as its natural role model.

BionicWorkplace
BionicWorkplace Human-robot collaboration with artificial intelligence

A pneumatic robot arm, artificial intelligence and intuitive operating concepts enable safe and efficient human–robot collaboration for production in batch size 1.

BionicWheelBot
BionicWheelBot Walk and roll like a flic-flac spider

Inspired by the flic-flac spider, its natural role model, the BionicWheelBot can both walk and roll.

SupraMotor
SupraMotor Superconducting compact claw pole motor with electrical solid-state cooling

The superconducting claw pole motor with solid-state cooling is characterised by its compact design, high holding torque and a long-life, electrical direct cooling system.

Careers with Festo
Careers with Festo

Welcome at Festo...

... a leading global provider of automation technology and of basic and further training for industry. Festo is an independent, family-owned business and has become a global market leader in factory and process automation over the past 50 years thanks to innovation and problem-solving expertise in the fields of pneumatics and electric drive technology.

Careers with Festo - Entry-level positions ...
Careers with Festo - Entry-level positions ...

... with a leading global provider of automation technology and of basic and further training for industry. Festo is an independent, family-owned business and has become a global market leader in factory and process automation over the past 50 years thanks to innovation and problem-solving expertise in the fields of pneumatics and electric drive technology.

Careers with Festo - Students
Careers with Festo - Students Career at Festo

... a leading global provider of automation technology and of basic and further training for industry. Festo is an independent, family-owned business and has become a global market leader in factory and process automation over the past 50 years thanks to innovation and problem-solving expertise in the fields of pneumatics and electric drive technology.

BionicCobot
BionicCobot Sensitive helper for human-robot collaboration

Free-moving, intuitive to operate and predestined for direct human-robot collaboration; the pneumatic lightweight robot BionicCobot.

FlexShapeGripper – gripping modelled on a chameleon’s tongue
FlexShapeGripper – gripping modelled on a chameleon’s tongue Soft gripping for various tasks

Gripping modelled on a chameleon’s tongue: by inverting its elastic silicone cap, the FlexShapeGripper can pick up, gather and set back down the widest range of objects in one procedure – without the need for a manual conversion.

50017_Brosch_FreeMotionHandling_en_160329_lo_ES
50017_Brosch_FreeMotionHandling_en_160329_lo_ES Autonomous flying gripping sphere

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

 

performance
performance Company profile

Information about Festo in general

 

Facts and figures

 

 

 

Scharnhausen Technology Plant
Scharnhausen Technology Plant Shaping the future to be versatile

The Scharnhausen Technology Plant is the leading Festo factory for valves, valve terminals and electronics and at the forefront of automation for the future.

 

3D Cocooner
3D Cocooner Bionic lattice structures from the robotic spinneret

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

SupraMotion 2016
SupraMotion 2016 Hovering transportation and gripping

With SupraMotion 2016, Festo presents three more
superconductive applications and their potential for factory and process
automation.





AutomationCenter
AutomationCenter

A skyscraper that makes an exclamation mark and enables top

performances day after day: with the AutomationCenter, an outstanding building has been developed – one whose architecture communicates company values such as responsibility and vision. But more than that, the AutomationCenter is also a clear commitment by Festo to Germany and the region.

BionicANTs – cooperative behaviour based on a natural model
BionicANTs – cooperative behaviour based on a natural model Highly integrated individual systems to solve a common task

For the BionicANTs, Festo has not only taken the delicate anatomy of the natural ant as a role model. For the first time, the cooperative behaviour of the creatures is also transferred to the world of technology using complex control algorithms.

eMotionButterflies – ultralight flying objects with collective behaviour
eMotionButterflies – ultralight flying objects with collective behaviour Coordinated flying thanks to indoor GPS

With the bionic butterflies, for the first time Festo combines the ultralight construction of artificial insects with collision-free flying behaviour in a collective. For coordination purposes, the eMotionButterflies make use of a guidance and monitoring system, which could be used in the networked factory of the future.

SupraMotion 3.0 – automation modules with superconductivity
SupraMotion 3.0 – automation modules with superconductivity Superconductors and their potential for industrial automation

There are already various technologies for holding objects in position or moving them whilst hovering. With the amazing properties of superconductors, however, completely new applications for the automation sector are conceivable

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