Wearable, passive exoskeleton for manual handling of heavy work tools by an operator, for increased work safety.
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.
Actuator designed to minimize the lateral dimensions of an exoskeletal system, maximizing its ease of use.
Active foot and ankle prosthesis able to accurately mimic different functions of the human foot-ankle system.
Robotic simulator allows you to evaluate the performance of lower limb prostheses without using human subjects.
Flexible sensorized insole to replicate a physiological path, for orthoses and prostheses for the lower limbs and for humanoid robots.
A dual output mechanism adapted to selectively activate or activate one of the two outputs via a secondary actuator.
Highly adaptive and flexible automatic system for the removal of the protective film used for pallet packaging.
Electromagnetic actuator capable of simultaneously producing an active and a passive reaction force / torque with variable compliance.
Structure in auxetic metamaterial with high deformations and stiffness, for the realization of the nucleus of vertebral prostheses.
Wearable device to support walking and reduce metabolic consumption without electronics, motors or mechanics.
Fixed full-arch prosthesis for immediate loading rehabilitations, with rigid substructure in composite material with carbon fibers (CFRC).
Device able to perform three-dimensional movements of the limbs in an interactive way and monitor the physical / biometric parameters.
System that allows robots to self-locate in an indoor scenario using passive RFID tags in UHF band in known positions.
Passive kinematic chain with links for two consecutive robotic joints whose axes coincide in the operator's anatomical rotation center.
Hand exoskeleton for use in robot-assisted rehabilitation, limb movement guidance, and haptic applications.
Functional electrical stimulator controlled by the MECFES electromyographic signal, for the rehabilitation of patients with limb paralysis.
Force detection that can be integrated into climbing equipment, which allows you to monitor the distribution of force over time and space.
Device which can be used for home therapy increasing patient's quality of life and home health assistance.
Device which allows to modulate the user perceived authority when the motion safety decreases increasing the vehicle authority and its stiffness.
Method for evaluating both motor control and the force generated by a muscle contraction applicable in neurological and musculoskeletal rehabilitation.
Device for opening coffee pots / similar objects, as an aid for people with reduced and / or painful functionality of the hand.
Device which allows to limit the energy transferred if a collision occurs and to manage the storage and release of energy in impulsive movements.
Device which enables the early diagnosis of possible complications caused by incorrect work cycles imposed on workers.
Exercise machine that can be used by a person with reduced walking capabilities to recover or maintain his own mobility.
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.
Robotic Limb without joints or rigid parts suitable to be used in submarines, disaster areas, surgery and Human-Machine Interface applications.
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.
Wearable haptic device, which allows to simulate the contact with virtual objects increasing the perceptive effectiveness and the immersion of the simulation.
Invention that allows to vary the transmission mode by adapting to loads that are very different from each other and simulating the compliance of the joint.
Care-Toy modular smart device to monitor premature babies, able to provide stimuli to the baby and to record the feedback thanks to sensors and a webcam.
Algorithms capable of tracking the construction sequences implemented by the student during the execution of a task assigned to him by the teacher.
Modular and highly customizable wrist system which aims to be used as a stand-alone module, and can be integrated with different hand prostheses.
Efficient substance emission localization by means of a mobile robot equipped with substance detector and teleguided by human operator.
Lower limb wearable robotic system for rehabilitation applications, during treadmill-based robotic therapy, or for gait assistance, during daily life activities.
The invention is able to firmly fixate the broken bone without invasive interventions and repeated due to an improper positioning of the screws.
Rehabilitative device that thanks to 3D scanning and printing ensures perfect measurement and customized placement of the electrodes.
Customizable wireless device that allows real-time monitoring of position and intensity of the tongue on the palate.
Fastening device for indoor climbing able to acquire, in real time the space distribution of forces applied to the hold during athlete’s performance.
Pneumatic braided muscle actuator, able to produce bi-directional force and motion, and variable stiffness depending on the braid angle.
The invention relates a device and a method for the neuromuscular rehabilitation of the ankle musculoskeletal apparatus.
The present invention, the sixth finger, is a wearable robotic device to assist or augment the human grasping capabilities.
The present invention is a wearable haptic system to guide the gait rhythm of a person through a vibrating stimuli.
The invention is a task-custom haptic finger exoskeleton device for rehabilitation, gaming, and remote control of manipulators.
The invention is equipped with an innovative joint for the connection of the two shells, which allows a more free movement.
ReHand allows performing high quality rehabilitation with one portable, lightweight, intelligent robotic exoskeleton.
Robotic exoskeleton designed for the rehabilitation of the lower limbs in patients with outcomes of lesions of the central nervous system.
The actuation device of the present invention aims to mimic as much as possible the structure and behavior of muscle bundles.