RISE™Robotics showcasing revolutionary alternative to Hydraulic Systems
RISE™Robotics, a high-growth industrial technology company, will be showcasing RISE™Technology at bauma. The show, which typically has more than 3,500 exhibitors from 62 countries and nearly 630,000 visitors from 217 countries or more, is the world’s leading trade fair for construction machinery, building material machines, mining machines, construction vehicles, and construction equipment. RISE™Technology will be showcased in a live demonstration in hall A3 at booth 130. The event will take place in Munich, Germany, from October 24th through October 30th.
Advanced RISE™Technology is the intersection of hydraulic performance and linear actuator efficiency. RISE™Robotics’ first commercial product is a fluid-free, electromechanical alternative to hydraulic systems. It helps support the battery-electrification of industrial equipment by delivering hydraulic-system-or-better performance at levels of efficiency previously available via some linear actuators.
RISE™Technology delivers superior precision, speed, and weight and uses up to 90% less energy than hydraulic systems. RISE™Technology is a more cost effective, durable system compared to other electromechanical actuators and provides longer stroke and higher speed. This extraordinary efficiency makes the electrification of heavy machinery practical and was first showcased last year in the Anthony Liftgates ReGEN RailTrac liftgate application.
For a full comparison of RISE™Technology to hydraulic systems and linear actuators, please see the RISE™Cylinder Competitive Technology Landscape.
At bauma, RISE™ is actively looking for partners in the areas of scissor lifts, garbage trucks, material handling, mining equipment, and more, with a common goal of making zero-emissions construction and industrial machines.
RISE™Robotics zero emission machines incorporate the patented RISE™Cylinder (US Patent 11255416, and worldwide patent WO2019051407), a fluid-free, electromechanical alternative to hydraulic systems for heavy equipment and machinery that addresses the battery-electrification problems inherent in hydraulic systems by delivering hydraulic-like forces at unprecedented efficiency, precision, speed, and weight. RISE™Cylinder uses up to 90% less energy than hydraulic systems.
Founded in 2011 by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) graduates and Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), RISE™Robotics is a high-growth technology company backed by The Engine, a Tough Tech venture capital fund built by MIT, Greentown Labs, and Techstars.