INNOCISE presents the Gecomer Technology in a report published by Saarbrücker Zeitung. In the interview Marc Schöneich and Henrik Ollmann give answer to the question, where adhesives by INNOCISE are utilized. Read more about the diverse applications in the article published on 15th of November.
At the world's leading event for industrial handling, INNOCISE presented an exciting application example of the Gecomer® Technology: At the booth of Universal Robots, the world market leader for collaborative robotics, INNOCISE demonstrated on a cobot how its own technology can be tailored to the industrial environment. Extremely light, functional without compressed air or external power supply, INNOCISE's solution is predestined for human-machine interaction.
From 9/10 to 9/12/2019, INNOCISE presented at the booth of the Schunk GmbH & Co. KG its together developed gripper-prototype. With the innovative GECOMER® Technology of INNOCISE sensitive battery foils can be stacked efficiently. This allows precise and energy-efficient battery production.
Together with astronaut Dr. Matthias Maurer, INNOCISE is testing the residue-free and switchable adhesion in zero-gravity conditions. First tests inside the aircraft A310 of Novespace during the CNES parabolic flight campaign provide exciting results verifying the potential of GECOMER® Technology in future space applications.
From 5/7 to 5/9/2019,the latest developments of the GECOMER® Technology in the field of microassembly were presented at the booth of Häcker Automation GmbH. .
From 2/27 to 3/1/2019,the latest prototypes of GECOMER® Technology INNOCISE were presented at the booth of the Schunk GmbH & Co. KG. Positive responses received from many international battery production companies proved the outstanding features of the GECOMER® Technology.
On 11/21/2018 the Prime Minister of Saarland, Tobias Hans, visited the Leibniz-Institute for New Materials and familiarized himself with the GECOMER® Technology on site. He was especially interested in the development of efficient production processes and the perspectives for human-robot collaboration.