Hyundai Wearable Robotics for Walking Assistance Offer A Full Spectrum of Mobility




The need for systems that aid mobility is increasing, particularly for the elderly as our society ages, and for individuals with spinal cord injuries resulting in lower body disabilities. To address this growing need, Hyundai used the NI LabVIEW RIO platform to rapidly develop a wearable robot capable of gathering and analyzing real-time data to quickly react to wearer needs and motions, as well as external forces. With plans to advance this technology, Hyundai will leverage the IoT to connect their wearable robots to smart devices for user control, diagnostics, and rehabilitation purposes.
Source: National Instruments
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