Politecnico di Torino - Corso Duca degli Abruzzi, 24 - 10129 Torino, ITALY

+39 011 090 6100 info@tech-share.it

Assistive Robotics and Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation and assistive robotics have the potential to change people lives, improving their recovery and/or supporting them to perform everyday tasks​. In this collection we focus on exoskeletons, prosthetics, assistive devices and training technologies that can ameliorate ones life.


A dual output mechanism adapted to selectively activate or activate one of the two outputs via a secondary actuator.

Hand exoskeleton for use in robot-assisted rehabilitation, limb movement guidance, and haptic applications.

Device which allows to modulate the user perceived authority when the motion safety decreases increasing the vehicle authority and its stiffness.

Device which allows to limit the energy transferred if a collision occurs and to manage the storage and release of energy in impulsive movements.

Biorebotic sensor which enables to perceive the intensity and the point of contact of the applied forces, mimicking the sense of human touch.

Device for assisting patients with transient or permanent neuromotor disabilities of the hand and allows them to grab commonly used objects.

Device with haptic feedback that can be integrated in a prosthesis or in a deficient part of the human body able to overcome sensorial deficits.

Algorithms capable of tracking the construction sequences implemented by the student during the execution of a task assigned to him by the teacher.

Lower limb wearable robotic system for rehabilitation applications, during treadmill-based robotic therapy, or for gait assistance, during daily life activities.

Fastening device for indoor climbing able to acquire, in real time the space distribution of forces applied to the hold during athlete’s performance.