Creating Intelligent Healthcare, RoboCT's exoskeleton Won Another International Design Award
Recently, the American International Design Award (IDA) announced the final list of winners for 2023. As a leading exoskeleton technology company, RoboCT has recently released two series of exoskeleton products, the URA bedside exoskeleton and the EasyGo assistive exoskeleton, both won the silver medal in the competition. This award represents the latest achievements of RoboCT in the field of intelligent healthcare, and also marks the recognition of exoskeleton technology on a global scale.
The American International Design Awards (IDA) awards advocate the sustainability, science and intelligence of design, and are committed to promoting high-quality and outstanding works with new concepts and creativity around the world. Winning the IDA Silver Award this time is not only a reflection of RoboCT's technological strength, but also a good expectation for the future of exoskeleton technology.
URA bedside rehabilitation exoskeleton is specially designed for users with lower-limb dysfunction especially after joint replacement operations. It uses mechanical drive to carry out efficient lrehabilitation training in sitting and lying positions, solves problems such as joint stiffness and adhesion, and promotes blood, lymph circulation and body tissue repair. Compared with traditional rehabilitation equipment, the application of human-computer interaction technology allows URA bedside exoskeleton to perform personalized adjustments and timely feedback according to the user's physical condition and rehabilitation process, ensuring safety and comfort during use.
EasyGo assistive exoskeleton is a consumer-grade single-joint exoskeleton designed for people with mobility impairments and is suitable for household scenes. Made of carbon fiber and aircraft-grade aluminum alloy, it is strong, lightweight and durable; the energy storage module design can assist knee joint extension, reduce knee pressure and assist daily walking.
Both series of exoskeleton products are powered by electricity, using environmentally friendly materials and low energy consumption designs; based on ergonomic and biomechanical principles, they are clinically proven to be safe and effective, with highly automated and intelligent functions, and are sustainable, scientific and with obvious advantages in terms of intelligence. With the integration and development of artificial intelligence, Internet of Things and other technologies, it is believed that exoskeleton technology will achieve more applications, bring revolutionary impact to the field of medical and health care, help people better cope with various life and work scenarios, and become an integral part of life.