Force Sensing Simplified
6-axis force-torque sensors with intuitive design and robust technologies
As a result of years of research and design optimizations, Bota Systems is excited to introduce a new generation of force-torque sensing solutions that simplifies force-sensing.
Our sensors allow robots to interact with their environment with high-precision while minimizing the efforts robotic integrators need to automate an application or the time it takes for researchers to configure their robots for experiments.
Simplified Force-Torque Hardware
Our highly-integrated force-torque sensors include all the hardware and technologies needed to measure force and torque reliably within the sensor's protective housing.
With traditional force-torque sensors, time is needed to set-up cables, signal conditioners, or electronic boxes. Sometimes custom-designed adapters are needed or sensors need to be exchanged to meet the specific application requirements. Other times, sensors are too sensitive to their surrounding environment and must operate only in controlled conditions.
With complicated sensor requirements, there are always insecurities about misinterpreting force measurements or outside factors affecting measurement outcomes.
With our sensors, you can now plug-and-play.
Simplified Software Integrations
Our team of software engineers continually develops new code, so you do not.
We believe that an integrator should not write countless lines of code to have something usable. Bota Systems engineering team understands this and is eager to contribute by providing simple to use force-sensing technology in the robotics and automation community.
Currently, our sensors are compatible with ROS, MATLAB®, LabVIEW and our team continues to develop more, so you can focus on what you do best.
Make a Difference
Drift free measurements
Rugged design - IP67
High overload values
Stiff sensors with high sensitivity
1000 Hz maximum update rate
Noise less than 0.01% of Nominal Range at 100 Hz for each axis
What We Know
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