We evaluated our optimized stress monitoring system, consisting of pressure insoles and inertial sensors, by comparing its performance to a laboratory grade system in a mock-up of realistic working conditions. Sensor outcomes and resultant low back load measures were compared between systems. The system was found to meet standards in accordance with the previously defined requirements.
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The aim of the workshop was to bridge the gap between optimality principles and adaptive control to create a new generation of exoskeletons that would efficiently and unobtrusively operate on the human body. The main theme was how to leverage exoskeleton research with novel adaptive control concepts and optimization methods in order to advance it into a key technology.
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 687662.