Article - 2 Aug 2012
Mobile robots operating via telepresence from a distance location are becoming a beneficial tool in the health care sector.
News - 10 Nov 2020
Taking a cue from nature, UNSW Sydney engineers have developed a novel soft fabric robotic gripper that acts similar to an elephant’s trunk to grip, pick up, and release objects without damaging...
News - 28 Jun 2014
Humans doing difficult, repetitive tasks or those who need assistance with movement may soon get a helping hand - literally - thanks to robotic technology developed to serve astronauts in...
News - 7 Mar 2018
Brooks Rehabilitation, an industry leader in post-acute physical rehabilitation, announced on March 5, 2018, its collaboration with Japanese medical and social innovation company, CYBERDYNE, INC., to...
News - 21 Feb 2012
Research and Markets has included another report to its series titled, “Analyzing Robotics in Healthcare”. Recently, the option of using robots and their importance has increased in the...
Article - 23 Aug 2012
Human–robot interaction is always being fine-tuned by creating more advanced prototype humanoid models.
News - 9 Nov 2020
An invention similar to an elephant’s trunk has potential benefits for many industries where handling delicate objects is essential, say the UNSW researchers who developed it.
News - 29 Aug 2019
The Global Rehabilitation Robotics Market is expected to reach the valuation of USD 7.6 billion by the year 2026, growing at a CAGR of approximately 19.8% through the years. The report gives a...
News - 27 Jul 2017
A defining trait in humans is the upright walking on two legs, allowing them to move all over the environment in a much efficient manner. When a stroke occurs, this steady walking can change in the...
News - 8 Feb 2017
Making a trip to Disneyland with the little ones is physically out of reach for many seniors and stroke victims. However, Thomas Sugar, an ASU mechanical engineer who specializes in wearable...