Assistive devices

Target better man-machine synergy

Our technology enables you to create wearable assistive devices, robots and exoskeletons that are safe, comfortable, and reliably meet their biomechanical expectations. Be you a designer, tester or purchaser of such devices, our products and services can help you make the right choices, labour and cost effectively. 


  • Explore design ideas
  • Virtual prototype testing
  • Improving user-device alignment
  • Full-body biomechanics with device
  • Interaction forces between user & device
  • Fulfill short term objectives - low metabolic energy
  • Mitigate long term risk factors - high joint & muscle loads
  • Design optimization - human factors & device weight, size, power etc. 
  • Evaluate weight balancing
  • Numerical measures of user comfort, risk factors, efficiency etc.
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Recent research

  • "Optimization of an unpowered energy-stored exoskeleton for patients with spinal cord injury", Guan, X. et al. (2016) [Read more]
  • "Master–Slave-Type Gait Training System for Hip Movement Disorders", Miyoshi, T. et al. (2016) [Read more]
  • "Ankle bracing effects on knee and hip mechanics during landing on inclined surfaces", Theodorakos, I. et al. (2016) [Read more]
  • "Can a knee brace reduce the strain in the anterior cruciate ligament? A study using combined in vivo/in vitro method", Hangalur, G. et al. (2015) [Read more]
  • "Modeling and design of a spring-loaded, cable-driven, wearable exoskeleton for the upper extremity", Zhou, L. et al. (2015) [Read more]
  • "Simulation-Based Design of Exoskeletons Using Musculoskeletal Analysis", Agarwal, P. et al. (2010) [Read more]

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Recent Webcasts

Modeling Human-Exoskeleton interaction with AnyBody (Prof. John Rasmussen, Aalborg University, 2016) (Watch on YouTube)

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