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WEARABLE ROBOTICS

Our company produces and develops wearable robotic systems and exoskeletons for rehabilitation, assistance and human-power augmentation.  We are specialized in upper limbs and lower limb exoskeletons for improved mobility, enhanced force capability and recovery of motor function.

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ALEx

ALEX is an innovative robotic exoskeleton with 5 degrees of freedom (4 active and 1 passive) for upper limb rehabilitation

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Trackhold

The TRack-Hold is a rehabilitation device for upper limb passive training with support of gravity in special movements

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KINETEK

KineteK, the medical division of the Wearable Robotics, aims at development and commercialization of robotic solutions for physical and functional rehabilitation of movement. KineteK robotic solutions allow personalized and task-oriented training based on immersive and virtual reality interfaces, with high motivation and involvement of patient. Our solutions are devised in collaboration with international clinical centers, physical medicine and rehabilitation departments and undergo rigorous clinical evaluation in order to address clinical and therapy needs.

KinetekTASK-ORIENTED TRAINING

Task oriented training is essential to enhance motor learning. The unique combination of robotic interfaces with computer generated scenarios allows to tailor the difficulty of proposed tasks to patient’s ability.

KinetekINCREASED AMOUNT OF PRACTICE

The most fundamental principle in motor learning is that the degree of performance improvement is dependent on the amount of practice. Our systems allow to schedule high-intensity therapy sessions featuring playful and enjoyable setting scenarios.

KinetekCONTINUOUS MONITORING OF PERFORMANCE

Our robotic solutions allow continuous recording of movement, automatic extraction of parameters for characterization of improvement over therapy sessions.

Workspace of the human arm can be reached by the ALEx Exoskeleton 90%

percent of stroke survivors with motor impairment afterwards can benefit from robotic assisted rehabilitation 55%

90%
human arm workspace covered by ALEx
55%
stroke survivors can benefit from robot rehabilitation

CONTACT DETAILS

Tel. +39 050 882517 – Fax +39 050 882564
info@wearable-robotics.com