A myosignal-based powered exoskeleton system

@article{Rosen2001AMP,
  title={A myosignal-based powered exoskeleton system},
  author={Jacob Rosen and Moshe Brand and Moshe B. Fuchs and Mircea Arcan},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part A},
  year={2001},
  volume={31},
  pages={210-222}
}
Integrating humans and robotic machines into one system offers multiple opportunities for creating assistive technologies that can be used in biomedical, industrial, and aerospace applications. The scope of the present research is to study the integration of a human arm with a powered exoskeleton (orthotic device) and its experimental implementation in an elbow joint, naturally controlled by the human. The Human–Machine interface was set at the neuromuscular level, by using the neuromuscular… CONTINUE READING
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