Description, Characterization and Assessment of a BioInspired Shoulder Joint-First Link Robot for NeuroRobotic Applications

@article{Sardellitti2006DescriptionCA,
  title={Description, Characterization and Assessment of a BioInspired Shoulder Joint-First Link Robot for NeuroRobotic Applications},
  author={I. Sardellitti and Emanuele Cattin and Stefano Roccella and Fabrizio Vecchi and M. C. Carrozza and Paolo Dario and P. K. Artemiadis and K. J. Kyriakopoulos},
  journal={The First IEEE/RAS-EMBS International Conference on Biomedical Robotics and Biomechatronics, 2006. BioRob 2006.},
  year={2006},
  pages={112-117}
}
The development of innovative exoskeletons for the upper limb requires a strong collaboration between robotics and neuroscience. The robotic system will be deeply coupled to the human user and the exoskeleton design should be based on the human model in terms of biomechanics, and control and learning strategies. This paper presents the preliminary results of the design process of the Neurobotics exoskeleton (NEUROexos). A bioinspired three joints-three links robotic arm is under development for… CONTINUE READING