Robotic Grasping
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Centre for Garment Production Limited's Logo

Sha Tin District, China

11-50 Employees

2020

Utilizing proprietary artificial intelligence and robotics technology to initiate a paradigm shift to increase production, quality and work safety. Centre for Transformative Garment Production (TransGP) was established with the collaborative effort of The University of Hong Kong and Tohoku University. The Centre aims to provide solutions for the needs of the future society, where labor shortage would arise from population aging, and where increasing percentage of the mankind will be living in megacities. The Centre also targets at driving paradigm shift for reindustrializing selected sectors, i.e. garment industry, which is still relying on labor-intensive operations but with clear and identified processes for transformation. A number of goals are expected to be achieved through the Centre’s research programmes, such as to leverage the proprietary AI and robotics technology to shorten development cycles and to improve engineering efficiency to lower process cycle times, and to prevent faults and increase safety by automating risky activities.

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Centre for Transformative Garment Production | 香港

... Development of AI-based dual arm robotic system for grasping textile and deformable ...

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„Robotic Grasping“

Robotic grasping is the ability of a robotic arm to pick up and manipulate objects using gripping mechanisms such as suction, pincer grippers, or vacuum grippers. It is a key capability that enables robots to interact with their environment and perform useful tasks.