The exoskeleton is used for mobility rehabilitation of patients with disabilities by restoring muscle function, increasing strength and range of motion.
The exoskeleton imitates the patient’s functional gait proportionally.
The exoskeleton is controlled by the patient or caregiver through an app.
This controlling method allows the patient to move and train without any mediation.
MUSCLE SIGNS COMING FROM THE BRAIN
Electric motors, equipped with gearboxes, drive all the device units.
The signals are transferred via EMG sensors located on a healthy human tissue. After processing the received signals are transmitted to the nodes that make the appropriate movement. A gyroscope is used to balance the device. The exoskeleton position is determined via angle sensors, located on the device.