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Australian Manufacturing: Bio-inspired sensing technology gives robots a human sense of touch

A bio-inspired tactile sensor technology created by Sydney-based start-up Contactile equips robotic gripping systems with the sensory advantages of human hands, enabling robots to sense friction. Dr Heba Khamis, one
NSW Smart Sensing Network

NSW Smart Sensing Network: Bio-inspired sensing technology gives robots a human sense of touch

Bio-inspired tactile sensor technology created by Sydney-based start-up Contactile, equips robotic gripping systems with sensory advantages of human hands, enabling robots to sense friction. Dr Heba Khamis, one of the
Startup Daily

Startup Daily: UNSW is putting $140,000 behind 7 startups as it prepares to ramp up their growth

The ventures were chosen from among 75 startups that applied for the program and each one receives a $20,000 investment from UNSW. The companies will now take part in the
Science Meets VC

Science Meets VC: Dr Heba Khamis from Contactile – Giving sense of touch to robots

Dr Heba Khamis from Contactile – Giving sense of touch to Robots, we discuss robotics, learn how the hand and fingers work and why it’s so hard for a robot
Sublimely: Aussie Startup Contactile To Make Robots’ Hands More Efficient

Sublimely: Aussie Startup Contactile To Make Robots’ Hands More Efficient

The research on robotic touch done by Heba Khamis and fellow researchers of the University of New South Wales is now spun into the robotic startup called Contactile. The technology
Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald: The Aussie startup trying to give robots a sense of touch

When it comes to picking up objects humans beat robots hands down, though that could soon change. “People can do amazing things with their hands: picking up objects of different
The Weekly Times

The Weekly Times: CSIRO’s ON Accelerate 5 demo day highlights ag-tech advances

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Food Processing

Food Processing: From Adaptive Eggs to Bee Innovative, Aussie tech revealed

An on-the-spot food testing device that can detect lactose in lactose-free products and point-of-lay egg sensor technology that can reduce waste are two of the nine Aussie technologies revealed today
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