Sestosenso develops technologies for next generations of collaborative robots capable of self-adapting to different time-varying operational conditions and capable of safe and smooth adaptation from autonomous to interactive when human intervention is required either for collaboration or training/teaching. The project proposes a new sensing technology from the hardware and up to the cognitive perception and control levels, based on networks of embedded proximity and tactile sensors on the robot body, providing a unified proxy-tactile perception of the environment, required to control the robot actions and interactions, safely and autonomously. Within the project, the same technologies are also applied to wearable devices (like exoskeletons) to provide the user with better spatial awareness and to enforce safety in critical human-robot interactive tasks.

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Use Case 1

Use Case 1

COBOT-Worker cooperative assembly

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Use Case 2

Use Case 2

Dual arm handling of large objects

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Use Case 3

Use Case 3

Agricultural harvesting via wearable devices and collaborative mobile manipulators

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News

ICRA 2024 exhibit

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Sestsenso achieved an exhibit spot on ICRA 2024, in which we showed some of the results of consortium to the attendees. We also had a demonstrator of a tac...

ICRA 2024 workshop

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On May 13th, we organized a workshop within ICRA 2024, ProxyTouch: Whole-body Proxy-Tactile Architectures for Industrial and Service Applications, focused ...

ERF 2024 workshop

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On March 15, we organized a joint workshop between Sestosenso and Convince Project addressing Safe Adaption for Long Term Autonomy and Human-Robot Interact...