Comau is participating in Auto STEAM Days at Macomb Community College South Campus on December 4-5 for the third consecutive year to educate thousands of students, teachers, and parents about careers in manufacturing and technology.
Over the course of the 2-day event, 2,000 students from grades 6 to 12 will participate in hands-on presentations from a variety of local companies in the automation industry. The Comau team will conduct robot programming demonstrations utilizing its e.DO educational robot, and will also feature its MATE exoskeleton for students to try on.
e.DO is a unique, open-source, Industry 4.0-enabled robot designed and developed with the same innovative, easy-to-use advanced engineering that characterizes Comau's award-winning industrial robots. With six degrees of freedom and a maximum payload of 1kg, e.DO can do everything from turning, rotating, and lifting its axes during automated activities to make learning fun and more interactive.
Designed in close collaboration with factory workers engaged in manual activities, MATE delivers lightweight, breathable and highly effective postural support without the need for batteries, motors, or other devices. MATE is fully able to replicate any movement of the shoulder while adhering to the body like a "second skin" to reduce fatigue and shoulder muscle activity when completing repetitive tasks.
To learn more about e.DO, please go to: https://edo.cloud/.
To learn more about MATE, please visit: https://www.comau.com/EN/MATE.
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