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A Spanish exoskeleton for children with disabilities
15 November 2013 @ 11:54

      I can show you a video, where it is explained the work of a device for children with mobility problems:


Carlos Ruscalleda (the presenter of this video) says: “This skeleton is developed here: in one of the Robotics labs of the CSIC (Centro Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas) and it is a clear example of how scientific research is useful to society .... It is designed for children with degenerative problems. The rotors provide exact strength to complete the movement”.

Xavier Carrillo (Mechanical Engineer): “What you need is a mechanical part that deter you from going beyond what the human leg can actually go, because if not, we can hurt the person using the device”.

Carlos Ruscalleda: “In April, they tested with Daniela (quadriplegic girl of 9 years). Now, work in removing the structure by way of rods, supports her”.

Elena García (Automatic and Robotics Center of the CSIC): “We also increased mobility in the lateral plane and allow the movement of stabilization, faced with any disturbance or, simply, cause of the effect of walking”.

Carlos Ruscalleda: “They have created their own company, in order to manufacture it. They say that the Spanish Research is internationally, but not the Industry”.

Elena García: “And therefore we have had to create the company, at that level, because we have not found it in the national fabric”.

Carlos Ruscalleda: “Their next project: an autonomous robot for emergencies, able to perform search and rescue work”.

      Honestly, I found this project very interesting, because it can help many children, who will soon be adults. I hope that you agree with me.

      Till soon, kind regards,


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