REHYB@ÖSSUR: Identifying user groups

30.11.2020. The ReHyb project aims at providing solutions that can assist in rehabilition of upper limbs and to provide assistance in ADL to persons that have finished rehabilitation.

REHYB interview @Hallo München

16.09.2020. The Munich local newspaper “Hallo München” has published an interview with Prof. Sandra Hirche in their Health series entitled: State-of-the-art medical technology in Munich: TUM is conducting research on intelligent exoskeletons for stroke patients.

REHYB@SK: Development of an upper limb neuroprosthesis using a participatory design

28.08.2020. For several years Schoen Clinic Bad Aibling has offered robotic treatment in combination with serious gaming, and functional electrical stimulation as part of their standard neurorehabilitation treatment. Since the implementation of the first device in our hospital, the effects of these specific therapies have been investigated to support evidence based medicine.

ReHyb@TECNALIA: FES Technology

30.06.2020. At TECNALIA Research & Innovation, we have been doing Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES) research for more than a decade. Our advanced transcutaneous FES solutions can be integrated with robotic actuators and sensing systems as proposed in the ReHyb upper limb hybrid rehabilitation system.

Second project meeting for the ReHyb Project

27.05.2020. The consortium originally planned to get together on this date for the second plenary meeting in San Sebastian, Spain. Due to the global pandemic and the consequent travel restrictions, also the project work in ReHyb needed to adapt. Therefore the second plenary meeting took place online with unaffected enthusiasm.

Exchange in Italy

26.02.2020 – 27.02.2020. SSSA and IUVO invited partners from TUM to visit them at their research facilities to develop approaches to tackle the challenges lying ahead. At the meeting, SSSA presented their developments in wearable robotics and provided TUM with the opportunity to familiarize themselves with different rehabilitation exoskeleton models.