JSI is the coordinator of the project and responsible for the development of the adaptive control architecture for efficient interaction of the spinal exoskeleton with the human body. JSI takes part in the project through the Department of Automation, Biocybernetics and Robotics.
VUA is responsible for determining the robot-centred requirements for low-back pain prevention using spinal exoskeleton technology. VUA takes part in the project through the MOVE Research Institute Amsterdam.
S2P is responsible for the end-user evaluation of functional effects, usability and satisfaction of the spinal exoskeleton in the scope of low-back pain prevention at working environment. S2P takes part in the project through the Laboratory for Motor Control and Motor Behaviour.
HEL is responsible for the end-user evaluation of functional effects, usability and satisfaction of the spinal exoskeleton in the scope of low-back pain treatment during the vocational reintegration process.
At UOW, Manish works on topics related to human movement modeling and human-robot interaction. His collaboration with SPEXOR project continues from his previous association (until May 2018) with the Optimization in Robotics and Biomechanics Group at UHEI.
http://www.spexor.eu/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Heidelberg_meeting_featured.jpg200200Janhttp://www.spexor.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/logo-spexor.pngJan2017-02-16 14:32:522017-02-16 14:33:18Meeting in Heidelberg