Hank is a pneumatic robotic gripper with a sophisticated sense of touch and slip. It can emulate the human ability to grip delicate objects using just the right amount of pressure.
Cambridge Consultants wins fifth iF Design Award for Amelie, a smart navigation tool for the visually impaired, guiding and supporting them when using public transport.
Cambridge Consultants partners with Collusion 2019, creating art from the technologies that promise to change our world. Exhibition opens April 12th, 2019.
We’re one of the 11 companies confirmed to support UK government’s initiative, including companies such as DeepMind, Cisco and BAE Systems.
Mamut explores crop fields, capturing granular data on health and yield on a massive scale. By automating data capture, Mamut will bring new efficiencies to food production, enabling growers to predict and optimize yields.
Turbo Clean automates the process of clearing food trays and washing dirty dishes. Combining Artificial Intelligence and robotics, Turbo Clean has been developed for a multinational catering company.
Our running contingent is limbering up for the Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon, as 40 employees take on the 13-mile course this Sunday. This is the fifth consecutive year that we’ve been a race sponsor.
Our latest report explores how emerging technologies will transform future supply chains. The report is vital reading for all those seeking to understand the rapid advancements that will shape tomorrow’s supply chains.
World’s first app to harness Bidirectional Scatter Distribution Function (BSDF) for lab quality skin analysis. Reflexion measures the ‘shininess’ of skin, enabling personalized recommendations of beauty products.
New regional HQ for Asia reflects business growth and commitment to Singapore as an innovation hub. This new innovation and engineering facility triples the company’s capacity in Singapore.
Workshop report outlines a vision for the surgical navigation ecosystem of 2030
Announcing SharpWave™, a ground-breaking AI technology that creates clear views of the real-world from a damaged or obscured moving image. SharpWave could transform numerous applications, from autonomous driving to medical imaging.