Eureka Robotics has developed a technology, called Dynamis, that allows industrial robots to achieve touch sensitivity and precision close to human hands.
Dynamis is a complex Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithm developed by Assoc Prof Pham and his former PhD student, now Co-founder and CTO of Eureka Robotics, Dr Hung Pham. Assoc Prof Pham, who is also the Deputy Director of the Robotics Research Centre at NTU’s School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, explained:
“Today, Dynamis has made it easy for anyone to programme touch-sensitive tasks that are usually done by humans, such as assembly, fine manipulation, polishing or sanding.”
Incubating Eureka Robotics and helping to speed up its commercialisation processes is NTU’s innovation and commercialisation company NTUitive, as part of the Innovation pillar under the NTU 2025 strategic plan, which seeks to tackle some of the world’s most pressing challenges.