Many food items, like peaches and tomatoes, cannot be manipulated by a conventional gripper without being damaged. Automating farms and food packaging plants will require a gripper designed to handle delicate materials.



Automation of manufacturing facilities has been limited to highly-structured tasks. As a result many industries still rely on hand assembly. What is needed is a gripper that excels at operating in unstructured environments.



An e-commerce warehouse stores an ever increasing number of SKUs that are continuously changing. Automating these facilities will require a simple adaptive gripper capable of manipulating items with varying shapes, sizes, and weights.