We got our start in the lab at Carnegie Mellon University, building robots to assist humans who have trouble with movement. We realized that the hardware needed to become significantly lighter, more efficient, and more scalable for these robots to be practical in real world environments. This led us to develop the electroadhesive clutch and broaden the design to enable groundbreaking progress across many industries, including robotics, safety equipment, and motion control systems.
We create hardware products that unlock a leap forward in performance for customers producing robots, safety equipment, and motion control systems.
We're not making incremental improvements; our customers use ESTAT products to do things that are simply infeasible with conventional hardware.
We combine electrostatic physics expertise with world-class mechanical design and materials science advances to create the first-in-class and best-in-class electroadhesive hardware.