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General manager: Miss.Carry
Because of illness, some people are deprived of the ability to walk or move freely, and can not help but use wheelchairs or other transfer tools. In the years of fighting disease, human science and technology are also developing rapidly, from ordinary wheelchairs to electric wheelchairs, wheelchair robots, to today's exoskeleton robots.
Some say that exoskeletons or other types of robots will help more people leave wheelchairs soon after mass production, and may end the wheelchair industry. For this reason, wheelchair riders do not express their views. Let's first look at some information about robots.
1. Bang Bang robot
This machine not only enables many people to realize their dream of standing up again, but also helps most patients with lower extremity disabilities to train in standing, squatting, balancing and wheelchair use. All of these are done at home by themselves, breaking the time and geographical constraints. You don't need to go to the hospital any more and spend expensive rehabilitation costs. Convenient joystick can help you flexibly transfer, freely walk through the bed, chair, sofa, toilet and other relatively complex daily living environment; thus independently complete toilet, laundry, cooking, shopping, etc., to achieve self-care, freedom and self-esteem.
It is understood that the robot has achieved mass production and the unified retail price is to be determined in Renminbi.
2. Big AI robot
Established in April 2016, Daai Robot Company has developed two exoskeleton robots to enable hundreds of patients with lower limb dysfunction to stand up.
At present, AI has launched two core products, AiLegs biped lower extremity exoskeleton rehabilitation training robot and AiWalker mobile platform lower extremity exoskeleton rehabilitation training robot.
AiLegs mainly focuses on the training of patients in the middle and late stages of rehabilitation. The product is made of titanium alloy, weighing about 20 kg, endurance up to 8 hours, maximum load-bearing up to 100 kg. It can adjust size quickly according to different body shapes of patients and is convenient for many people to use. AiLegs resembles human lower limbs in shape, with fixed belts at waist and legs, and multiple sensors, actuators and controllers at the same time. The patient can control the speed of the robot through the controller, so that the robot can support and drive the motor dysfunction of lower limbs in a human-like natural walking gait and real walking mode. The patients received rehabilitation training. And it can further excavate and stimulate the residual body function of patients, correct the walking posture of patients, in order to achieve the goal of remodeling the walking ability of patients.
AiWalker has similar functions, but it is equipped with a mobile platform similar to a walker, which can be used by early rehabilitation patients. In the course of walking rehabilitation training, the patient's body above the waist is effectively supported and the pelvis is stabilized. At the same time, it is also suitable for weight-loss rehabilitation training for patients with different weight.
No matter what kind of technology product, as long as it can provide convenience for the disabled, it does not matter whether it ends or not. In fact, we are more happy to see the pace of technological renewal accelerating, so that more people can regain their new life.