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    Myomo® has developed a robotic brace that can play a significant role in stroke rehabilitation. This personal robot can help you learn how to move your arm again. Myomo’s stroke rehabilitation...
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    Kinova develops technologically advanced products to enable people with disabilities to live a more normal and independent life. Kinova also adapts technologies from other industries such as...
  • News - 1 Nov 2010
    GeckoSystems, developer of mobile service robots (MSR's), made an announcement regarding partnering with a Japanese robot company called ifoo Co. to develop a low cost robot arm. The jointly...
  • News - 19 Oct 2010
    Schneider Packaging Equipment Co., Inc has launched a range of heavy duty robotic palletizers ideal for frozen processing environments involving sub zero temperatures. These high-end palletizers...
  • Article - 30 Jan 2013
    In this series of building a robot, the current article discusses the design and development of a robotic arm for medical application.
  • News - 20 Jun 2019
    A team of scientists from Carnegie Mellon University, in partnership with the University of Minnesota, have made a remarkable discovery in the field of noninvasive robotic device control. Scientists...
  • News - 25 Jul 2019
    Keven Walgamott felt positive about grasping the egg without crushing it. What looks like a simple task for nearly everyone else can be more of a tough challenge for Walgamott, who lost his left hand...
  • News - 28 Jun 2019
    Computer scientists at Rutgers used artificial intelligence to regulate a robotic arm that delivers a more efficient way to pack boxes, saving businesses money and time. “We can achieve...
  • News - 19 Mar 2019
    In contrast to traditional robot arms with their hinged and swivel joints, the flexible arms being created by Professor Stefan Seelecke and his research team at Saarland University are built using...
  • News - 28 Nov 2017
    A new study carried out by neuroscientists at the University of Chicago reveals how electrodes implanted in the brain can help amputees control a robotic arm. The study, published in the Nature...