COVID-19 has had an unprecedented impact on our society, shifting the way we live, work and perform everyday tasks. This has brought about many new uses for drones and robotics – many of which are helping all of us navigate our new normal, safely. Robot and drone manufacturers who were just dipping their toes into this advanced technology are innovating new ways to use their products, and fast.
Sensors are a driving force behind a lot of the position and motion technology on robots and drones. Justin Bessette, Engineering Technology Manager and David Fager, Sensing Sales Manager take a look at how LORD MicroStrain technology is evolving in response to COVID-19 and how companies can get their products to market, quicker, with the right technology in place.
What is covered:
Ways the COVID-19 pandemic has quickly shifted use of drone and robot technology
The sensing technology enabling robots and drones to perform tasks the market is now demanding
Why real-world testing is more important now than ever
What the future holds for robot and drone use during and after COVID-19