Barrett Technology, Inc.
- MA, United States
- Tel: (617) 252-9000 x21
- Fax: (617) 252-9021
- Member Since 1998
- Member Since 1998
- Robotic Supplier
Barrett Technology, Inc. is the technology leader in high-performance robotic manipulators for emerging applications requiring superior versatility.
Barrett Technology is pleased to announce that it will begin offering a full-sensor-suite for its BarrettHand under the protection of
WAM technology in leading neurorehabilitation research NEWTON, MA, USA -Barrett's WAM technology was designed from the beginning as human-centric, to be a robot that would be safer to work alongside people. This forward thinking approach now has the WAM in high demand as researchers and innovative companies realize the
Barrett Technology opens 2014 in its newly completed facility
Barrett Technology has launched a new website dedicated to highlighting the worldwide research being conducted using the company's WAM™ Robotic
Robotnik and Barrett have collaborated closely for many years, with Robotnik supporting Barrett's products throughout Europe.
Libbarrett is a real-time controls library written in C++ that runs Barrett's products
Barrett Technology, Inc. has partnered with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's University Professional Opportunity Program (UPOP) and Olin College to
World's first robot system that learns to clothe elderly and physically disabled people
China and Hong Kong source Barrett Technology in strategic partnership with Leeman China for robotic manipulators perfect for mobile platforms
Barrett Technology posted another record year in 2010, bucking the industry by any measure.
The key innovation underlying the Puck drive-electronics module for brushless motors will be awarded a United States Patent today under
There is a buzz in the mechanical-design community as Dassault Systèmes SolidWorks Corp (DS SolidWorks) rolls out its 2011 product
CAMBRIDGE, MA - The National Science Foundation's SBIR (small business innovation research)
DARPA recently announced a new initiative to create robotic autonomous manipulators that mimic human arms and hands
Barrett Technology, Inc. now has a license agreement with Harvard University under which it has acquired exclusive rights to a novel polymer-based robotic-hand technology, known in the literature as the SDM Hand. This robotic grasper was developed by Robert D. Howe, Gordon McKay Professor of Engineering at Harvard University's School of