Combined software and robotic system helps doctors identify problems more effectively.
Robotics and AI development continues to support doctors, nurses and hospitals with automating tasks and assisting in patient care.
By retrofitting ride-on vehicles and stuffed toys, the University of North Florida is helping children with disabilities be more engaged with their surroundings.
The most promising mobile and humanoid robots from this year’s crop offer more utility, consumer engagement.
Nathan Kirwan, paralyzed from the chest down, is taking 55,000 steps over the next five months, with the help of an exoskeleton, to raise money and help Ireland keep its only publicly-available exoskeleton.
Researchers have developed nanometer-sized drones that deliver drugs to heal and stabilize fat deposits in arteries that could prevent heart attacks caused by atherosclerosis.
Startup Open Bionics is a company to watch at the Intel booth
With the assistance of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, scientists are planning a series of brainstorming meetings to begin Nov. 7.
The robot, Little Moe, emits bright bursts of UV-C light capable of disinfecting an area from dangerous viruses and bacteria, including Ebola and Methicillin resistant Staph aureus.
New “Luke Skywalker” robotic arm detects muscle contractions close to the area where the prosthesis is attached, allowing a person to flex certain muscles and make 10 different powered movements.
Sanaria is working with Harvard’s Biorobotics Lab to automate a vaccine that proved 100 percent protective against malaria.
Panasonic’s Resyone, a robotic bed that transforms into an electric wheelchair, is the world’s first ISO13482-compliant service robot.
MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory voice-controlled robotic wheelchair could revolutionize the way people with progressive neurological conditions get from place to place.
Army Sgt. Dan Rose is the second paralyzed U.S. military veteran to own a motorized exoskeleton from Ekso Bionics.
Researchers at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago are using Barrett’s WAM arm to help survivors of stroke regain upper-limb mobility and strength.
Ekso Bionics and 3D Systems collaborated on the patient-specific suit
Pneumatic artificial muscles and sensors create a soft exoskeleton ideal for leg rehabilitation.