Tomco has in-house subject matter expertise when it comes to machinery & robotic standards such as ISO 13849, ISO 10218/R15.06, IEC 62061 and many others. We support our client in achieving safety while still being able to innovate and create the future of robotics. No job is too big nor too small for us to assist with.
An electric self-driving local commerce delivery vehicle that weighs 1,500 pounds (680 kg), over 6 feet (1.8 m) tall, and about half the width of a car. This vehicle is designed to carry only cargo, specifically groceries and currently has the ability to store about 12 grocery bags
The Robotic Combat Vehicle-Light (RCV-L) program is part of the Army Futures Command's Next Generation Combat Vehicle effort. It seeks to provide soldiers in mechanized infantry and armor units with robotic "wingmen" that extend their reach and effectiveness on the battlefield. The Army hopes to have prototypes of the RCV-L as well as a heavier vehicle (the Robotic Combat Vehicle-Medium) . Two of each design will be fielded as "platoons" for testing, with the goal of wide deployment of tank-bots in the near future.
This company's high level of innovation and applications expertise has been key in the development of sensing solutions for automotive applications, such as stop-start engine sensors, camshaft and transmission sensors, and high-speed sensors. The broad range of magnetic sensor IC products offer the latest in technological and quality advancements in speed, position, and electrical current sensing.