Force Sensing and Control Tools

Webinar: Wednesday, July 20, 2022 @ 2:00PM EDT

Optimize productivity and profitability via world-leading robotic accessories!


From automotive manufacturing and warehouse automation to robot-assisted surgery, high-quality peripherals are enhancing end user profitability. This is especially true for six-axis force/torque (F/T) sensor technology. Highly advantageous for robotic part insertion, assembly, deburring, polishing, grinding, product testing and more, Multi-Axis Force/Torque Sensing Systems are growing in use, increasing application effectiveness, flexibility, consistency, safety and productivity. To learn how this innovative technology can benefit your current process, join F/T expert, Nick Damiano, from ATI Industrial Automation.

Topic Highlights:

  • ATI Industrial Automation business overview

  • Introduction to ATI’s six-axis F/T sensor technology

    • Key features

    • Solution advantages

  • Application examples – featuring various hardware/software tools

    • Passive measurement

    • Basic I/O

    • Real-time force control

  • Q&A session

Who Should Attend:

  • Company leaders and decision makers from all industries (including warehouse automation, automotive manufacturing, heavy industry and medical/surgical robotics) that are interested in learning more about F/T sensor technology.

  • Integrators, machine builders, system engineers, product managers, robot programmers, robotics engineers, etc., looking to optimize current processes.

About the Presenter:

Nick Damiano

Nick Damiano is a Force/Torque Sensor Business Development Manager for General Industry, Robotics and Logistics at ATI Industrial Automation. ATI is the world-leading developer of robotic accessories, including Multi-Axis Force/Torque Sensing Systems, and Nick is a dedicated advocate for these sensors in everyday robotics. His background in F/T sensor design and applications engineering provides him with the technical know-how when discussing new applications and acting as the voice of the customer back at ATI. He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pittsburgh.


Webinar: Wednesday - July 20, 2022 @ 2:00PM EDT


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