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Founded in 2006, Equipois designs and manufactures revolutionary dynamic exoskeletal technologies that support the musculoskeletal system while allowing full spatial and rotational freedom of motion.
Body burden percentages for exoskeletal Mn and Ni were also roughly equivalent between H.
This recognition is a testament to the vast potential that the emerging field of exoskeletal technology offers - the ability to augment human brains, skills and talent with the stamina, safety, and precision of machines.
The exoskeletal mechanical components of hybrid systems have been generally passive devices to minimize size, weight, and energy consumption, while the FES component serves as an active mechanism for limb propulsion.
Other orthoses that were developed included Engen's pneumatic orthosis system [4], the Burke orthosis [5], the Musgrave orthosis [6], an exoskeletal mobilizer for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis [7], an intelligent rehabilitative orthotic system [8], an upper-limb motion assist system [9], and a motorized upper-limb orthotic system [10].
Inspired by the Steadicam, an Exoskeletal Device Provides Superman-Like Strength (Photo: Business Wire)
Shell disease development in captive populations of lobsters has typically been associated with poor husbandry (Sindermann 1989, Getchell 1991) resulting in exoskeletal damage.
Its new X-Ar[TM] exoskeletal arm support technology was also covered on CNN in its "Big I" segment, which highlights "big new ideas and innovations to help with big problems.
For example, while an exoskeletal device like the Lokomat may provide a means to provide a more repeatable hip and knee pattern, it may exert unwanted contact forces as it constrains the legs to the parasagittal planes.
The Lokomat hip and knee joints are actuated by linear drives, which are integrated in an exoskeletal structure.
Founded in 2006, Equipois designs and manufactures dynamic exoskeletal technologies that support the musculoskeletal system while allowing full spatial and rotational freedom of motion.