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AI4HealthyAging

Inteligencia Artificial para el Diagnóstico y Tratamiento Temprano de Enfermedades con Gran prevalencia en Envejecimiento.
Dates: From 2021-08-04 to 2024-12-31

AI4HealthyAging is a project aimed at the early detection of diseases derived from aging through Artificial Intelligence. Its execution is carried out through a public-private consortium formed by 15 entities. The resulting intelligent system (AI) will serve as a decision support for elderly patients with diseases such as heart failure, stroke, sarcopenia, Parkinson’s disease, hearing loss, among others.

The project is funded under the R&D Missions in Artificial Intelligence 2021 program of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation (MIA.2021.M02.0007) and is part of the Digital Spain 2025 agenda and the National Artificial Intelligence Strategy. It will be funded by the European Union through the Next Generation EU funds

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RehAnkle

SMART WEARABLE ROBOT FOR JOINT ANKLE REHABILITATION
Subproject from DIH-HERO EU Project.
Dates: From 2022-08-15 to 2023-05-31

RehAnkle aims to create a new smart robot system for lower-limb (joint ankle) neural rehabilitation, including its testing by involving medical end-users (a hospital with their patients and therapists). The solution will consider an innovative structure of robotic exoskeleton based on rigid actuators adapted to the joint ankle, an electronic control system and a user interface inspired by gamification and biofeedback strategies. The solution will have real-time communication with the movements of the patient, incorporating rehabilitation exercises that allow adapting the exoskeleton behavior automatically, achieving personalized therapies.

DIH-HERO has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 825003.

AssistControl

Performance Assessment of Model-Based Assistance Controllers of
Lower Limb Exoskeletons: Exo-H3 Case Study
Subproject from EUROBENCH EU Project.
Dates: From 2021-04-01 to 2022-02-01

The aim of Assist Control project is to deploy new control strategies for gait assistance using the Exo-H3 Eurobench lower limb exoskeleton and assess its performance. At least, the consortium proposes to deploy two control strategies for gait assistance, autonomous walking and rehabilitation. These controllers are previously validated through dynamic modeling simulation of the exoskeleton-human system; the collected data and the reports of obtained results from the tests are delivered and made available to enrich the Eurobench databases.

This project has indirectly received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, via an Open Call issued and executed under project EUROBENCH (grant agreement No. 779963)

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SALOEXO

Assessing Safe Locomotion with Exoskeletons in realistic scenarios.
Subproject from COVR EU Project.
Dates: From 2020-10-15 to 2021-08-15

SALOEXO wants to propose ad-hoc quantitative indicators, protocols and sensors to monitor and verify the safe operation of exoskeletons in realistic dynamic tasks. This approach, validated in two locomotion conditions (treadmill and irregular terrain) will enable companies, researchers and endusers to collect safety-related data during the real use of the device. This approach will permit to: (1) improve the accuracy and credibility of risk assessment procedures, (2) implement online monitoring tools to avoid hazardous events, and (3) plan more concrete mitigation strategies for unavoidable hazards.

This project has indirectly received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, via an Open Call issued and executed under project COVR (grant agreement No. 779966)

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EXTEND

Bidirectional Hyper-Connected Neural System
Dates: From 2018-01-01 to 2021-12-31

EXTEND aims at developing the novel concept of Bidirectional Hyper-Connected Neural Systems (BHNS) to extend the capabilities of neural interfaces with minimally invasive communication links between multiple nerves in the body and multiple external devices. EXTEND will realise BHNS by developing disruptive wireless neuromuscular (injectable) interface technology that enables distributed stimulation, sensing, processing and analysis of neuromuscular activity, the ultimate stance of the neural code of movement.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 779982.

Smartwearable

Subproject from Diatomic EU Project.
Dates: From 2018-10-01 to 2019-11-30

Within SMARTWEARABLE sub-project we have developed a new smart robot system for lower-limb rehabilitation. The solution, based on the Exo-H2 rigid actuator plus a control and monitoring system, includes exercises for active and passive rehabilitation strategies.

This project has indirectly received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, via an Open Call issued and executed under project DIATOMIC (grant agreement No 761809)

ColRobot

Collaborative Robotics for Assembly and Kitting in Smart Manufacturing.
Dates: From 2016-02-01 to 2019-02-01

ColRobot combines cutting-edge European robot technology and end-user requirements for assembly processes to create an integrated system for collaborative robotics in which a mobile manipulator acts as a “third hand” by delivering kits, tools, parts, and holding work pieces while the operator works on it. Humans will cognitively and physically interact with ColRobot robots using gestures, touch commands and demonstrations.

Funded by the European Commission under Grant Agreement: H2020-ICT-2015-688807

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BioMot

Smart Wearable Robots with Bioinspired Sensory-Motor Skills
Dates: From 2013-10-01 to 2016-09-30

The main objective of the project is to improve existing wearable robotic exoskeletons exploiting dynamic sensory-motor interactions and developing cognitive capabilities that can lead to symbiotic gait behavior in the interaction of a human with a wearable robot.

Funded by the European Commission under Grant Agreement: FP7-ICT-2013-10-611695

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H2R Project

Integrative approach for the emergence of human-like robot locomotion
Dates: From 2013-02-01 to 2016-01-31

The major drawbacks of existing walking bipeds are related to stability, energy consumption, and robustness to unknown disturbances. The goal of H2R project is to demonstrate human-like gait and posture in a controlled compliant biped robot as a result of a combination of the most relevant motor control and cognitive mechanisms found in humans.

Funded by the European Commission under Grant Agreement: FP7-ICT-2011.2.1-600698

ABC Project

Augmented BNCI Communication
Dates: From 2011-11-01 to 2015-04-15

ABC project has developed new ways of communication for children with diskinetic cerebral palsy. The core outcome of the project is a communicator integrating health and emotion capabilities with an open interface which can be controlled by different in approaches. Among the different input devices tested within the framework of the project, the following ones deserves to be mention: BCI paradigms, EMG signal and head posture measured with IMUs. FP7-ICT-2011-7-287774

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TRAM Project (ES)

Motor Tele Rehabilitación Audiovisual

TRAM Project is an experimental development that seeks for the development of a software solution able to manage the rehabilitaiton of patients with any kind of motor dysfunction and able to monitorize the patient’s condition and evolution at home as well as at the Hospital’s facilities

Better Project

Brain-Neural Computer Interaction for Evaluation and Testing of Physical Therapies in Stroke Rehabilitation of Gait Disorders.
Dates: From 20010-02-01 to 2013-01-31

The main goal of BETTER is to improve physical rehabilitation therapies of gait disorders in stroke patients based on BNCI assistive technologies, producing improved systems, providing guidelines for improving future systems, and developing benchmarking and evaluation tools. The project will validate, technically, functionally and clinically, the concept of improving stroke rehabilitation with wearable exoskeletons and robotic gait trainers based on a TOP-DOWN approach. FP7-2009-7.2 – STREP – Contract Number: 247935

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Tremor Project

An ambulatory BCI-driven tremor suppression system based on functional electrical stimulation.
Dates: From 2008-09-01 to 2011-08-31

The main objective of the project is to validate, technically, functionally and clinically, the concept of mechanically suppressing tremor through selective Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) based on a (Brain-to-Computer Interaction) BCI-driven detection of involuntary (tremor) motor activity. TREMOR proposes a multimodal BCI in which the main goal is identifying, characterizing and tracking involuntary motor bioelectrical activity as a command to trigger a biomechanical suppression of tremor. FP7-ICT-2007-2-224051

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Proyecto Equilibrio y Psicomotricidad (ES)

VR System with stereoscopic visión and tremor filters for the motor and executive function.
Dates: junio 2010-diciembre 2012

Experimental development of a specific system (VR System with stereoscopic vision and tremor filters) for rehabilitation of people with special necessities. (patients with cognitive diseases in the motor function)
Agreement TSI – 020100 – 2010 – 1117