The Habilis Platform (www.habiliseurope.eu) is a web based software system that allows patients to exercise outside the hospital environment, expanding the time of rehabilitation and guaranteeing better recovery and higher quality of life.
The mechanical dept. of Signo Motus performs design activities assisted by Autodesk© state of the art 3D parametric modelling software and structural/ thermal simulation tools based on Finite Element Methods.
Signo Motus provides
complete controls engineering and system integration, including
design, programming, sub-systems assembly, testing
and validation of robotics systems prototypes (main focussed on
assistive technology solutions).
The Company acts also as distributor of Yaskawa Motoman industrial robots and automation systems (www.motoman.com).
dept. of Signo Motus provides complete ICT solutions and
services to end-users, managing the whole development process
(requirements analysis, system technical specifications, design, development,
testing, deliver, support and assistance). A relevant expertise has
been acquired in the eHealth domain.
The Company acts as exclusive Italian distributor of Pixel Technology s.c. RIS/PACS and teleradiology software solutions (www.pixel.com.pl).
|“Exoskeleton to improve the load capabilities of the operator.”|
|Period:||2007 - 2010|
|Programme:||Italian Ministry of Defence – National Research Project (PRN 266)|
|Coordinator:||Scuola Superiore S. Anna di Pisa (Lab. PERCRO)|
The Body Extender is an anthropomorphic robotic device that can be worn by the operator and assist, in unstructured environment, the operator movement of the upper and lower limbs during the handling of heavy loads, 'lighten' through a real-time control system (EHPA - exoskeletons for Human Performance Augmentation).
Possible applications are:
Signo Motus has been involved in the design and manufacture of the Body Extender robotic legs, whose main characteristics are listed below:
CALL FOR PAPERS
6th International Conference e-Health 2014 -
Lisbon, Portugal, 17 - 19 July 2014 (http://www.ehealth-conf.org/).
Part of the Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems (MCCSIS 2014) Lisbon, Portugal, 15 - 19 July 2014 (http://www.mccsis.org).
IESS Project (F.I.T. L. 46/82)
The IESS Project aims to design and implement an ICT based platform that facilitates the provision of innovative services of primary care and Integrated Home Care (IHC), in particular those kind of services directed almost exclusively to meet the needs of elderly, disabled and patients with chronic diseases.
Clear Project: Final results
CLEAR: the largest study on tele-rehabilitation ever in Europe, presents its final results. It demonstrates that tele-rehabilitation is feasible, safe and efficacious being beneficial to patients affected by different diseases.
ADHERE Project (Italian National Plan of Military Research)
“Development of Electro Rheological Fluids suitable for the design and implementation of innovative electromechanical joints for vehicular applications.”
RICHARD Project (FP7 Capacities – Region of Knowledge)
“Innovative health care models ICT based for the management of chronic conditions.”