New crane device, Roborigger, will make work sites safer

TENSA Equipment has been working with Curtin University to develop a better control algorithm for our automated wireless lifting and rotation device, Roborigger, which will improve workplace safety in construction and oil and gas.

The industry-academia collaboration, which was made possible through a $30,000 Innovation Connections grant, aimed to to develop a mathematical algorithm for determining the appropriate amount of torque needed by Roborigger’s motor under different conditions.

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