An unprecedented fingertip-sized multi-axis tactile sensor.
Shokac Chip can simultaneously detect the force applied
along multiple axes.
The smallest all-in-one fingertip sized multi-axis tactile sensor.
We've developed a highly sensitive tactile sensor that can measure along up to six axes, yet fits in a 9 x 9 x 5 mm form factor. Calibrated digital signals are output directly from the sensor, without using any additional peripherals. It can be used in locations with little space, like robot fingertips or wearable devices, in which previous sensors were too large to fit.
An unprecedented level of compactness with a mass production-oriented design.
The sensor core uses a micro-electromechanical system (MEMS) to achieve an unprecedented level of compactness. As proven by accelerometers, MEMS can be used in a highly effective manner in mass production. The unique sensor core uses patented technologies, but we have already realized 8-inch MEMS wafer manufacturing.
Sensor output customization, substrate size customization, and more.
In Shokac Chips, there is a tradeoff between sensor sensitivity and load. Let us know if you require high sensitivity sensors for special applications. We can customize sensor output, substrate size, and more.