Empire Robotics

  • Empire Robotics has an exclusive license agreement with Cornell for the robotic gripper IP
  • The gripper, or Versaball, is attached to the end of a robotic arm for industrial automation tasks
  • The gripper is similar in form factor to a stress ball, and contains granular material that...

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