New robot systems encourage engagement with patients and keep doctors and caregivers updated.
One of the pioneers in socially assistive robots discusses how all parts of a robot are important for human interaction.
Since 2011, Dallas-based RoboKind has created a range of novel robots designed to help children with autism spectrum disorders develop essential skills, including STEM.
A small startup is set to turn the market for hand prostheses on its head — with an innovative spirit, compact DC motors, and a touch function.
For the past several years, developers and vendors around the world have been working on assistive robots. Their products came closer to market with displays at Automatica.
Exoskeleton entrepreneur Amit Goffer is well-known for his work on the ReWalk system. UPnRIDE, his latest project, is intended to provide full mobility in a standing position.
An aging population is driving demand for therapeutic and companion robots within the home. Here are some examples.
An autonomous wheelchair being tested in Australia demonstrates how robot kits can enable DIY developers and how individual inspiration can assist people with special health needs.