Comau and Össur are investing a company called Iuvo, which is building an exoskeleton.
Iuvo is a spin-off company of the BioRobotics Institute, at the Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna in Italy, which is researching and developing products in the field of wearable technologies.
The objective of Iuvo is to create wearable, intelligent and active tools for a better quality of life, says the company. Continue reading Comau and Össur invest in Iuvo to build exoskeletons for industry
Well-funded startup Genesis Robotics has accelerated the development of a range of products based on its “ground-breaking” technology, which the company claims will transform the entire industry.
All of the new products Genesis has developed are based on something it calls LiveDrive, an actuator system which uses a gear with no teeth, invented by the company itself.
Making a gear work without teeth sounds impossible – how does it move connected parts without teeth? Imagine a gear on a bicycle without teeth and you’ll get the picture. Continue reading Genesis Robotics accelerates development of prototypes based on its ‘revolutionary’ LiveDrive actuator
Collaborative robots, smart glasses, exoskeletons and innovative work gloves are among the tech being integrated at plants across the group’s worldwide operations
German automaker BMW has been providing a glimpse into the advanced manufacturing technologies at several of its factories – in Germany and the US.
The company says it has been harnessing the potential of innovative automation and flexible assistance systems in production.
In doing so, BMW says it has modernized the work environment and increased the efficiency of its workforce. Continue reading BMW shows off its smart factory technologies at its plants worldwide