Smart ArM: Cybathlon has changed us
Hanging laundry, making breakfast, emptying a dishwasher, holding a pan handle, finding keys in a bag while being equipped with a prosthesis? Meet Nathanaël Jarrassé, CNRS research fellow at ISIR and manager of the Smart ArM project, which is based on maxon technologies, before the Cybathlon Challenges 2023.
A next step in wearable robotics
Angel Robotics is a Korean startup company that focuses on wearable robots for rehabilitation, Their Exoskeleton is competition proven.
Cybathlon: a success for the maxon teams
The CYBATHLON 2020 Global Edition is history. Out of the 50 teams participating, one in four teams were using maxon products.
How to build an exoskeleton
An exoskeleton must be lightweight, compact, powerful, reliable, and easy to use – what could be easier? Christian Bermes, head of the VariLeg enhanced team explains what it all comes down to.
Cybathlon teams #drivenbymaxon
At Cybathlon 2020, all of the attention will be focused on our main players: The teams. They are competing all around the world in a unique event. Every fifth
team uses maxon products. A small selection:
Smart ArM: Pushing the limits of the human body
In view of the Cybathlon 2020, a unique international competition for competitors with disabilities who use bionic assistive technologies, a team of French researchers from the Institute of Intelligent Systems and Robotics (ISIR) in Paris has developed the "Smart ArM".
“There are more than only physical barriers to overcome”
Robert Riener is the initiator of the Cybathlon. He shares his thoughts on how we can use technology to address sensitive issues.