Balance performance of humans

Balance Augmentation in Locomotion, through Anticipative, Natural and Cooperative control of Exoskeletons.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement No. 601003, for the period 2013-01-01 to 2017-07-31

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The biggest challenge in exoskeletons

What is the biggest challenge in exoskeleton technology, according to Karl Gudmundsson - Vice President of Marketing, Ekso Bionics?

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COST Action on Wearable Robots initiated

Several members of the BALANCE consortium have initiated a COST Action network called: CA16116 - Wearable Robots for Augmentation, Assistance or Substitution of Human Motor Functions, which will support and coordinate the european research on Wearable Robots

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Co-organized workshop at ICORR2015 on training robots for walking

On the 11th of August, at the ICORR conference we co-organize the workshop on "Robotic systems for training and assistance of walking".

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Co-organized workshop at ICORR2015 on benchmarking

We also co-organize a second workshop at the ICORR conference in Singapore on "Benchmarking lower limb wearable robots: towards practical and evidence".

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Tecnalia Research & Innovation (Spain) Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany) University of Twente (Netherlands) CEA list (France) Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (Switzerland) Imperial College London (United Kingdom) Xsens: 3D motion tracking (Netherlands) University Rehabilitation Institute (Republic of Slovenia)