The coronavirus pandemic has severe consequences for daily life around the world and also presents us in the FAULHABER Group with very serious challenges. We have implemented the maximum preventative health protection measures at all locations of the FAULHABER Group and are working intensively under these conditions to fulfil our customer orders. We are especially committed to meeting the needs for the additional high demand for drive systems in medical and laboratory technology for ventilators, infrared cameras for temperature measurement, and automated sampling, analysis and laboratory systems and thereby making our contribution to medical care and in finding a solution to the Covid-19 situation.
We will, of course, continue to provide you with information on current interesting application topics during this time in our customer magazine FAULHABER motion.
One focal point is the innovative area of human augmentation, or support through technical solutions – both at work and in daily life. How people with disabilities perform daily tasks using assistive technology can be experienced at the Cybathlon. Following its premiere in 2016, ETH Zurich is once again organising this spectacular competition. More than 90 teams from around the world will compete against one another in six disciplines. Due to the corona crisis, the event originally planned for March has been postponed until 19-20 September. The winning team of the wheelchair obstacle course in 2016, Enhanced from the HSR University of Applied Sciences Rapperswil (HSR), will once again be participating with support from FAULHABER Drive Systems. We'll keep our fingers crossed as they work to defend their title!
With Ironhand, Bioservo from Sweden offers an innovative approach for more ergonomically performing manual tasks through the use of technical support. Via a system consisting of a lightweight backpack and flexible glove, FAULHABER provides assistance to the griping force, which can be finely calibrated to the given task.
Learn more about these and other exciting topics in this issue of FAULHABER motion – the magazine with drive.
- Free climbing with safety
- Puristic design and convenient functionality
- In-vitro Veritas. High-speed diagnostics, automatically error-free.
- Miniature laboratory
- "It's not a trick. It's engineering."
- Top performance for minute quantities
- Twice as many projects with the same team
- Sensitive drive enables new approach to laser welding
- World champion in robot football
- Lab diagnostics
- Drive for the processing of wafers
- High-Traction Sewer Robot with compact DC motors
- Family of 6 mm motors
- Very efficient- Gearheads efficiencies