SUTD – Snehal Jain, Saikrishna Dontu, Joanne Ee Mei Teoh, Pablo Valdivia Y Alvarado
From tiny grains of rice to a water bottle, the robotic hand designed by SUTD can pick and place items safely and reliably to meet the dynamic demands of food, logistics and consumer goods industries.
Researchers from the Singapore University of Technology and Design’s (SUTD) Bio-Inspired Robotics and Design Laboratory have developed a new reconfigurable workspace soft (RWS) robotic gripper that can scoop, pick and grasp a wide range of consumer items. The RWS gripper’s comprehensive and adaptive capabilities make it particularly useful in logistics and food industries where they depend on robotic automation to meet increasing demands in efficiently picking and packing items.
You can find more details at https://sutd.edu.sg/Research/Research-News/2023/1/robotic-hand-pick-food-plate-dish