Project

MIRAD valorization

Challenge

The rationale for the MIRAD project lies in a number of societal challenges and opportunities our society is currently confronted with related to health care and to the role robotic assistive devices are envisaged to play in this area. Read more…

Research

The overall objective of the project is to develop and validate an integrated methodology to design intelligent robotic assistive devices and to test these devices in clinical conditions. Read more…

Valorization

In the project a bilateral lower-limb exoskeleton is designed and clinically tested in various target groups. However, it is not the aim to obtain a commercial product by the end of the project. Read more…

Project structure

The work is grouped in 6 work packages: Valorization and knowledge transfer, Specification and evaluation, Mechatronic design, Simulation, Intelligent control, Clinical tests and psychological acceptance. Read more…

Time line

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Project sheet

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