Sunday, February 17, 2013

Cyberdyne's HAL Robot

The HAL suit augments muscles movement to empower elderly, injured and immobile.

While climbing mountains and helping disabled are fine persuits, Cyberdyne's HAL robot suits has found an even nobler occupation.: helping patients from rehabilitate and debilitating nerve and muscle illness.

Cyberdyne's HAL robot begins at hospital trials

Cyerdyne has been develping and testing its HAL suit and various exoskeleton technology for service and health care industries. These technologist are built to solve real-world mobility issues, one human at a time. It works by detecting weak bio-electrical signals from patient's muscles which drive small motor and power units.

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