Video-RoboSimian Multi-Axis Force Torque Sensor

Enabling the World’s Most Advanced Robots

Force torque sensors built from Micron’s SSGs were also used in NASA/JPL’s RoboSimian.
RoboSimian uses its four general purpose limbs and hands, capable of both mobility and manipulation, to achieve passively stable stances; establish multi-point anchored connections to supports such as ladders, railings, and stair treads; and brace itself during forceful manipulation operations. The video below shows Robosimian performing in the 2015 DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals Competition

 

Micron’s customer base includes aerospace companies, rocket motor manufacturers, robotics and industrial control companies, sensor manufacturers, medical device manufacturers, major U.S. defense contractors, and sub-contractors for all of these industry categories. Micron has a diverse experience in severe environment applications to include measurement and control devices for spacecraft, satellites, and military aircraft; embedded bond stress, bore strain, and temperature sensors for tactical and strategic (e.g., Minuteman III) rocket motors; and missile environmental monitoring.

Micron Instruments has already worked with innovative companies on optimal selection, placement, and processing of semiconductor strain gages for high frequency, high pressure, and high-temperature applications. If you’d like to discuss your application or design, please contact us for a free, confidential consultation either by email using our Contact Us Form or phone (805-522-4676).

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