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EU projects

Bioservo has received funding through the EU to develop new solutions through the European programs EUREKA/Eurostars, AAL, SILVER and Horizon 2020.

The Eurostars Programme

The goal of the FutureGlove project is to develop a wearable robotic glove for hand impaired patients. It will enable and empower people with hand dysfunctions to perform daily activities, making the rehabilitation more effective. The glove will be combined with a software module monitoring the patients’ progress, as well as a mobile application providing an access to the patients’ results. Thanks to the iterative process of development we will deliver a user-centric innovative rehabilitation system. The project has received funding through the Eureka Eurostars Programme and the national innovation agencies Vinnova and RVO with project number E114821.

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IHAND

The iHand project aims to industrialize and demonstrate a soft robotics platform for hand/grip function that can be used as a preventive, assistive or rehabilitation device and to enable volume production of this platform. The project will demonstrate the socio-economic benefits of the iHand assistive and therapeutic functions for society in general. This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 801945.

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Softpro

The SoftPro project will study and design soft synergy-based robotics technologies to develop new prostheses, exoskeletons, and assistive devices for upper limb rehabilitation, which will greatly enhance the efficacy and accessibility to a greater number of users. Building on solid methodological bases, SoftPro will produce a significant social impact, promoting advanced robot prosthetic and assistive technology “from bench to bedside”. SoftPro has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 688857.

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