Quanser technology is designed to enable engineers to critically refine and tune control strategies with less time, hassle and money - resulting in a high-quality and on-time final product.
Quanser has been developing state-of-the-art haptic robotic technology to create interactive, intelligent devices and software that will revolutionize medical treatment and rehabilitation methods. In partnership with the University of Toronto and Toronto Rehabilitation Institute (Toronto Rehab), Quanser is developing a commercial product for limb rehabilitation in stroke victims – the Autonomous Upper-Limb Stroke Rehabilitation Device, or rehab robot.
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Quanser Offers its Robots and Unmanned Vehicles for First Robotics High School Teams
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