Getting a grip

Soft Robotics Lobster Tail

Source: Soft Robotics

A look at how robotic gripping can transform seafood processing

Over the past several years, developers have been pursuing applications for various industries, including seafood processing, by striving to close the gap on robotic gripping. Being able to grip and transfer items onto conveyor belts in a secure manner holds vast promise for an industry like seafood processing, where goals include reduced production costs and increased product quality. At the same time, hopes are high within the industry that other new technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), could contribute to improved processes and increased efficiency.

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