Oct 15, 2013
Syntouch Receives “Breakthrough Innovator Award”
Congratulations to Syntouch who only two months after being selected as a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer, have this month been awarded Popular Mechanics’ Breakthrough Innovator Award.
“LOS ANGELES, California, October 11, 2013 – SynTouch LLC, developer and maker of the only sensor technology in the world that endows robots with the ability to replicate – and sometimes exceed – the human sense of touch, has been awarded a POPULAR MECHANICS Breakthrough Innovator Award.
Gerald Loeb and Jeremy Fishel have won this award for developing the BioTac®, a sensing technology that mimics the tactile abilities and features of the human finger. “We aim to facilitate the evolution of robots to adaptable and human-like models that function well in unstructured environments with imperfect movements. The BioTac will pave the way for a new generation of industrial, medical, and military robots, as well as prosthetic limbs,” said Dr. Gerald Loeb, CEO at SynTouch.”
Follow the link below for the full press release on the Syntouch website: