Monitoring and Robotic Assistance Laboratory
Robotics laboratory focused on the development of monitoring tools and patient care in different areas, such as neurology and trauma. It allows monitoring, from a biomechanical point of view, parameters such as the gait of patients, and developing personalized mechatronic devices for the motor rehabilitation of patients, for example, upper limb haptic systems or exoskeletons. It also has the ability to sensorize multiple dynamic and physiological parameters of patients.
Biomechanical monitoring platform. High precision Optitrack optical system for advanced movement studies.
Biomechanical monitoring platform. Perception Neuron inertial motion capture system. Portable equipment for field studies.
Robotic, haptic and exoskeleton devices for multiple uses and applications.
Biomechatronic device evaluation study
Development of new biomechatronic assistance systems
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