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.
Battling COVID-19 One Pump at a Time
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Winnipeg Ventilator project had to make some critical choices in design and component selection, particularly for the motor used in the mechanical pump design.
Breathing inspiration into medical technology
A University initiative saves lives by developing and donating ventilators for lower-income countries.
Webinar: Choosing drive systems for lab automation
This maxon webinar looks at the latest motor and drive technologies used in laboratory automation applications.
«Quickly switching to crisis management mode»
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of laboratories had to quickly increase their testing capacity in 2020, and acquire additional devices for liquid handling. For maxon, this meant express orders.
Affordable Prosthetics empowers amputees
Amputees have lacked robotic prosthetic options that are reasonably priced and offer long-term dependable use. Easton LaChappelle of Unlimited Tomorrow wants to change that.
Better Gears through Space projects
maxon’s new product family GPX UP (Gear Planetary X-series Ultra Performance) is now available as a standard product offering and a selectable planetary gear type for a configurable X-drives assembly.
Walking with a big smile
Children with impaired mobility are able to walk again – thanks to a walking robot that grows along with the child.
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.
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".