Hip exoskeleton

Exoskeletons are used primarily for enhancing human capabilities, particularly in physically demanding tasks. They find application in various industries such as manufacturing, construction, and healthcare, where they assist workers in lifting heavy loads and reducing strain on their bodies. In the medical field, exoskeletons are utilized for rehabilitation purposes, aiding patients in regaining mobility after injuries or surgeries. Research is ongoing to further expand their potential applications, including assisting individuals with disabilities in their daily activities or fall prevention.

The hip exoskeleton we offer provides support and mobility aid, particularly beneficial for those with hip-related impairments or muscle weakness. Equipped with Maxon electrical actuators, it enables precise control and enhancement of hip movements, thereby improving stability and strength. Additionally, the integration of IMU sensors from XSENS in the lower back and thigh segments allows the system to gather real-time data on posture and movement, facilitating adaptive and personalized assistance. Through the amalgamation of these technologies, hip exoskeletons represent a promising solution for enhancing mobility, aiding in rehabilitation, and improving the quality of life for individuals with hip-related conditions.