ForceFilm from Forcen brings thin-film sensitivity to robots, surgical instruments
“ForceN’s has created a paper-thin, human-level touch #sensor,” claimed Robert Brooks, CEO of ForceN. He founded the company, previously known as SensOR Medical Laboratories Ltd., in 2015. Brooks won the Canadian national James Dyson Award in 2017 for co-developing ForceFilm.
“The #ForceFilmsensor can be applied to almost any surface, and it is ideal for use in high-reliability #robotics and #medical instrumentation,” said Angad Sandhu, VP Business Development at the Toronto-based company.
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