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 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
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
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
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
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
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
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