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Cambridge, United States
Our mission is to power the human workplace through people-centric robotics. We’re not here to replace workers, we’re here to help them work better, safer, smarter. The past few years have shown us just how important a healthy, happy workforce is to the success of a company, and to daily life. Disruptions in the workforce result in disruptions across society. A stretched supply chain, hiring shortages, and increased demand across sectors have resulted in a lot of sore backs for the folks who do the hard work.
Wearable robotics for hardworking humans.
... Wearable robotics for hardworking humans. ...
The University of Toronto Robotics Institute is home to the largest and most diversified robotics research program in Canada. We unite, grow, and catalyze collaborations among the many exceptional robotics research clusters at the University. Serving as the headquarters for robotics collaboration at U of T, we unite leading robotics experts from across the University around three research pillars:. Our researchers have their academic homes in the following Departments and Institutes:. Our faculty members include Canada Research Chairs in robotics, mechatronics, machine learning, and image analysis.
Home - University of Toronto Robotics Institute
... ‘Bionic professor’ aims to transform the field of wearable robotics ...
Pittsburgh, United States
Humotech provides a platform to support research & development of prostheses, exoskeletons, and other wearable machines. We accelerate discovery of innovative real-world solutions to enhance and augment human mobility through Caplex™ – a testbed for systematic exploration of the mechanics of wearable machines. Our systems support experimenters and designers across sectors exploring new approaches to solving the complex challenges of human/device interactions, in order to improve health outcomes and push the boundaries of human physical performance. To transform the way the world develops and uses wearable machines. Many terms have been used to describe the various devices we consider.
Wearable Robotics & Innovation Platform | Humotech
... Wearable Robotics & Innovation Platform | ...
Menlo Park, United States
Seismic™ Powered Clothing is a fusion of apparel and robotics, designed to reduce muscle strain and fatigue by providing your core with extra power and stability.Lightweight, breathable and comfortable: our connected apparel is engineered with Flex-Drive™ electric muscles that align with your anatomical muscles to provide Intelligent Wearable Strength™. The Seismic™ Suit is specifically designed for the Worker Safety market - an over-the-clothes vest-style garment inspired by traditional work-wear that can be quickly and easily be worn, with a tool belt form-factor hardware “carrier” at the waist. The Suit has the power to automatically sense, respond and support workers when in awkward and hazardous postures, including standing, forward lean, backward lean, squatting, stooping, and kneeling while reducing fatigue and discomfort. The body core can be supported 100% when in standing, forward lean and backward lean - essentially suspending the wearer while in these sustained positions without any muscle engagement by the wearer to reduce strain to the body and prevent worker injury. Low profile form factor and improved range-of-motion garment design.
Seismic Powered Clothing
... We strive to shape human potential through a new approach to wearable robotics ...
StraightWalk is a Munich based Global Advisory and Investment firm that provides strategic, commercial, financial and smart investment advice to clients including large corporations, startups, and clients in the financial sector. StraightWalk is establishing “The First Human Robotics and AI Fund” to invest in the early phase of the future market leaders in HumanTech and beyond. De Fruittuinen 118 2132 NZ Hoofddorp The Netherlands. MotorSkins - First Wearable Robotics start-up among the Falling Walls Science Summit 2022 Finalists.
Robotics Venture Capital Fund | Straightwalk GmbH | Germany
... StraightWalk is the first Robotics focused (Wearable Robotics, Components, Exoskeleton, AI, Big data) venture capital fund headquartered in Munich, Germany. With a strong global network of partners, Investors, and targets in Europe, the United States, and Asia. ...
Maynard, United States
Looking to elevate the technology at your academic institution, research center, or business?Dephy offers exoskeletons, actuators, electronics and software solutions for sale. Dephy is constantly looking for candidates who were born to be builders: those who have the urge to understand how things work, those who get excited when there is no known solution to the problem at hand. We are curious, creative and passionate people searching for team members to help us tackle problems at the forefront of wearable robotics. Come help us transition mobility exoskeletons from labs and treadmills to the real world: cities, trails, and mountains. Paintings by MC Duval | Photographs by Stephanie Ku.
... in 2016 with the primary mission of bringing humans Beyond Nature™ with performance enhancing wearable robotics technologies. We utilize a practical, hands-on approach to design, build, evaluate and commercialize the world’s most advanced exoskeletons for human augmentation. We are ...
מאז 1993, אנחנו מתמחים בעיצוב ופיתוח מוצרים ארגונומיים חדשניים, בדגש על חוויית משתמש אסטטית ואפקטיבית. ניסיוננו הרב מאפשר לחברות ויזמים, המפתחים מוצרים רפואיים ומוצרים עתירי ידע וטכנולוגיה, ליהנות מתהליך מקצועי ומקיף – החל משלב פיתוח הרעיון ועד לשלב הייצור התעשייתי של המוצר. דגמים, אבות טיפוס וסדרות לבדיקות משתמשים ולשיווק, ייצור בתקן רפואי13485 ISO.
Jonathan Bar-Or Design and development ReWalk Personal 6.0
... ReWalk Personal 6.0 - Harnessing System for a Wearable robotic exoskeleton that enable walking among spinal and back ...
London, United Kingdom
iStarter is the Italian angel-led start-up accelerator based in London. Established in 2012, we have reached a million-dollar capitalisation thanks to a network of 100 investors called “Equity Partners”. They are successful entrepreneurs and managers willing to give back to the next generation of innovators. Out of the 1000+ projects we receive every year, we select exclusively the most talented (less than 1% acceptance rate). To them we provide extensive mentorship, capital and connections, acting as a bridge between Italy and the UK, China and USA.
... AND CLUBDEAL DIGITAL IN THE WEARABLE ROBOTICS ...
San Jose, United States
The formation of NextFlex, America’s Flexible Hybrid Electronics Manufacturing Institute, has catalyzed the rapidly expanding field of Flexible Hybrid Electronics (FHE). NextFlex is a consortium of American electronics companies, academic institutions, non-profits, state, local and federal government partners with the shared goal of advancing U.S. manufacturing of printed flexible electronics. Since its formation in 2015, the NextFlex community of technologists, educators, problem solvers and manufacturers have come together to collectively facilitate FHE innovation, narrow the advanced manufacturing workforce gap and promote sustainable electronics manufacturing ecosystems. NextFlex is one of nine Manufacturing Innovation Institutes established by the DoD Manufacturing Technology Program as public-private partnerships. NextFlex was launched under AFRL Cooperative Agreement FA8650-15-2-5401 and continues to be financially supported through AFRL Cooperative Agreement FA8650-20-2-5506, membership dues, and various commercial, government, and educational offerings made available via the NextFlex Technology Hub.
What are Flexible Hybrid Electronics? | Printed Electronics
... Flexible hybrid electronics include flexible printed circuits, foldable/stretchable electronics, and organic electronics for soft robotics & wearable electronics. ...
Wearable robotics are robotic devices worn on or near the body to provide assistance to the user. These robotic devices are designed to augment and assist human movement, provide tactile feedback, and enhance performance. Wearable robotics can be used to help with medical rehabilitation, assistive technology, and even industrial automation. The use of wearable robotics is expected to increase over the coming years as technology advances, allowing for more precise and efficient robotic assistance.