The Ironhand strengthens the human grip and allows industrial workers to use less grip force during repetitive tasks.
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Ironhand by Bioservo: Hand exoskeleton for strengthening the grip hand in industry need to know.
Ironhand strengthens the human grip and enables industrial workers to use less grip force during repetitive tasks. Less force use reduces fatigue, prevents overuse injuries and reduces sick days and associated costs.The Ironhand system is the world's first active soft exoskeleton for the hand, designed to improve the health of workers who perform grip-intensive, repetitive and static work tasks. The Ironhand system is the world's first active soft exoskeleton for the hand, helping workers who perform repetitive and static work tasks improve their health. Ironhand enables industrial workers to use less grip force during repetitive tasks, improving their health. Ironhand is the world's first active soft exoskeleton for the hand and learns how a particular operator uses the glove. Ironhand is an active soft exoskeleton for the hand that consists of a glove that covers all five fingers. Pressure sensors in the glove activate the sophisticated control system in the powerpack and pull artificial tendons in the fingers, creating a strong and natural grasping motion. The Smart Assist feature uses machine learning and adjusts the glove's behavior based on how the operator uses the glove. Less use of force reduces fatigue, prevents overuse injuries, and reduces sick days and associated costs.
The Ironhand system consists of a glove that covers all five fingers and a power pack that is worn in a backpack or hip carrier. Pressure sensors in the glove activate the sophisticated controls in the power pack and pull artificial tendons in the fingers, creating a strong and natural gripping motion. Each finger is actuated independently and the force applied is comparable to that of a human.
The Smart Assist function uses machine learning to adapt the glove's behavior to the way the operator uses the glove. In addition to the Smart Assist feature, the operator can manually configure the system to adjust force, sensitivity, lock slope, force balance and more. Using the remote control or the IronConnect Pro app, the operator can easily adjust the glove's behavior as needed.
Bioservo Technologies has integrated the most commonly used manual risk assessment methods. This makes it easy for ergonomists to automatically assess workstations and work tasks and generate ergonomic risk reports that show risk levels with and without Ironhand support and provide objective data on how Ironhand can reduce the risk for overuse injuries.
Through the IronConnect Pro app, managers can get an overview of all Ironhand devices in one location, assign gloves to operators, access diagnostics and create ergonomic risk reports.
Ironhand is an exoskeleton with powered gloves designed to mimic the human body. The technology follows the user's actions in an intuitive way and increases grip strength, but only when the user initiates a grip. The goal is to reduce fatigue, prevent stress injuries, reduce sick days and allow users to have healthier bodies. Ironhand does not give workers "superpowers" or take control of the user's actions. It is solely a tool to reduce the wear and tear of repetitive tasks on the human body.
In addition to the Smart Assist function, the operator can manually configure the system and adjust force, sensitivity, blocking slope, force balance, etc. Using the remote control or the IronConnect Pro app, the operator can easily adjust the glove's behavior as needed.
The Ironhand device is specifically designed to improve a person's grip strength, thereby reducing the amount of force required during repetitive tasks. This leads to minimizing fatigue and preventing stress injuries, ultimately reducing sick leave and associated costs. A healthier workforce contributes to a more efficient and satisfying work environment overall.
The world's first active soft hand exoskeleton, the Ironhand system consists of a glove that covers all five fingers and a powerpack that is worn either in a backpack or on the hip. The system is activated as soon as the user triggers a movement with the hand, using sensors on the palm and fingers.
Thanks to the intelligent assist function, the Ironhand system adapts to the user's individual movements and provides natural support that optimizes performance. This adaptability enables precise and comfortable use of the system in different work environments.
The Ironhand device has the potential to increase productivity and improve employee health. By reducing the stress on hand muscles, employees can perform their tasks more efficiently while reducing the risk of injury. This leads to greater job satisfaction and helps create a positive work culture.
With its innovative technology and focus on ergonomics, the Ironhand device is a groundbreaking tool that improves working conditions while protecting the workforce. It is an investment in the health and well-being of employees that has a positive long-term impact on the company.
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Bioservo Technologies is a global leader in wearable muscle strengthening systems for people who need extra strength and endurance. Bioservo Technologies has received a total of $ 4.3 million in 4 rounds of funding. The most recent funding was raised on May 18, 2017 in a Venture - Series Unknown round. Bioservo Technologies is funded by 3 investors. Christer Fuglesang and Almi Invest are the latest investors. All products and systems are based on the award winning REM technology.
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