Application of EMG signals for controlling exoskeleton robots.

  title={Application of EMG signals for controlling exoskeleton robots.},
  author={Christian Fleischer and Andreas Wege and Konstantin Kondak and G{\"u}nter Hommel},
  journal={Biomedizinische Technik. Biomedical engineering},
  volume={51 5-6},
Exoskeleton robots are mechanical constructions attached to human body parts, containing actuators for influencing human motion. One important application area for exoskeletons is human motion support, for example, for disabled people, including rehabilitation training, and for force enhancement in healthy subjects. This paper surveys two exoskeleton systems developed in our laboratory. The first system is a lower-extremity exoskeleton with one actuated degree of freedom in the knee joint. This… CONTINUE READING
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