UAi Software

Active and Upcoming Software features

XELA Robotics is currently rolling out its features for the upcoming UAi Software and the UAi App. Our software solution and App will host many features to improve the overall uSkin experience and benefit our users.

For more detailed information on each function, please scroll through the page or navigate with the buttons below.

Active Functions

All Released Functions

Below is a list of all release functions available with our sensor software.
These functions can be added or are already included, enhancing the capabilities and performance of our sensors.

Basic Tactile Function

High Density 3D Sensing

Our tactile sensors can measure 3-axis force, not only pressure, and can be customised for your specific application.
This gives robots a human-like sense of touch, allowing them to grasp and manipulate objects precisely.

Postprocessing Functions

Enhanced Data Collection

Our postprocessing functions such as force calibration improve the overall quality of the tactile data collection.
Additionally, magnetic interference and temperature drift can be removed by using our patented technology.

Force Calibration

Active Function (for uSPa 44)

XELA Robotics offers two options for calibration.

The raw measurements are converted into force measurements in Newton. XELA Robotics offers two options for calibration. Both calibration options give the user more control over the grasped object and enable uSkin to measure force in Newton, enabling you, for example, to grasp objects with a predetermined force. 



For this type of calibration, all uSkin sensors are calibrated with XELA’s universal parameters according to our patented technology. 

This feature is free of charge.

Option 1


Add On

For this type of calibration, each sensing point is calibrated individually. Slight differences between the sensing points are equalised to guarantee a more uniform response. 

This type of calibration improves the sensor’s accuracy, resulting in a more detailed data collection. 

Option 2

Grasping Abilities

For Robotics Integration

Only the sense of touch can tell you if you are: grasping the object with the right amount of force, if the object is slipping out of your hand, and so on.
Our grasping functions are designed for robotic integration to improve the overall interaction with a particular object.

Object Information

Tactile Property Recognition

Our tactile property recognition functions will provide the user with a much better understanding of a particular object by revealing the internal and external properties of the specific interaction.