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Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Hank's exoskeleton achieves a constant gait pattern for the lower extremities that is not present in traditional rehabilitation. need to know.
Hank's exoskeleton achieves a constant gait pattern for the lower extremities that is not available in traditional rehabilitation. Hank is our gait rehabilitation robot. The most technologically advanced exoskeleton for the lower limbs, the only one in the world with 6 motorized joints and an adaptive gait pattern. A real revolution. Hank is ready to use in less than five minutes and has no replaceable parts. Thanks to its design with extendable bars and adjustable straps, it adapts to different anthropometric measurements, fitting users with a height of 1.50 to 1.95 meters and a weight of up to 100 kilograms.
One of the advantages of this exoskeleton is the motorized ankle joint, as this joint is essential to avoid drop foot and horse stances. Furthermore, it is necessary for the impulse at the beginning of the swing phase and is key to maintaining balance.
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ITS QUICK ASSEMBLY AND ADAPTABILITY TO DIFFERENT PEOPLE
Hank can be assembled in less than 5 minutes and has no replaceable parts. It fits users with a height from 1.50 to 1.95 m and a weight of up to 100 kg, as it adapts to different anthropometric dimensions thanks to its design with extendable bars and adjustable attachments.
THE WORLD'S ONLY EXOSKELETON WITH 6 MOTORIZED JOINTS AND ADAPTIVE GAIT.
One of the features of this product worth highlighting is the motorized ankle, as this joint is essential for preventing foot drop and balance problems, but also for propulsion at the beginning of the swing phase and maintaining balance.
VARIABLE TABLET AND VOICE CONTROL AND REAL-TIME TRAINING REPORTS
Tablet and voice control allow physical therapists to easily use the Hank exoskeleton.
In addition, a desktop application is available where all information about the patient's training is collected in real time.
A convenient way to control the data of the training sessions, the analysis of which makes it possible to adapt the rehabilitation sessions to the needs of the patient.
The HANK exoskeleton is designed to assist in the rehabilitation of individuals who have suffered from spinal cord injuries, neurodegenerative diseases, or cerebrovascular accidents such as stroke by focusing on their lower limbs. With six motorized joints, this solution promotes functional recovery of gait and helps patients regain their independence.
The HANK exoskeleton for the lower limbs enables a constant gait pattern that is not achieved in conventional rehabilitation. By using HANK, the quality of life can be improved and independence increased - at a lower financial and time cost!
The HANK lower limb exoskeleton is specifically designed for the rehabilitation of patients with spinal cord injuries, neurodegenerative diseases or cerebrovascular accidents such as stroke. With its 6 motorized joints, this solution allows functional recovery of walking and personal autonomy.
HANK is easy to use: the exoskeleton can be assembled in less than 5 minutes and requires no replaceable parts. It adapts to users with a height of 1.50 to 1.95 m and a weight of up to 100 kg. Thanks to its flexible design with extendable bars and adjustable straps, it can be easily adapted to different anthropometric dimensions.
Assembling the HANK exoskeleton takes less than five minutes and requires no interchangeable parts. Thanks to its innovative design with extendable bars and adaptable straps, the exoskeleton can be adapted to different anthropometric dimensions. It is suitable for users with a height of 1.50 to 1.95 meters and a weight of up to 100 kilograms.
A notable feature of this product is the motorized ankle joint, which plays a crucial role in preventing plantar fasciitis and equinus deformities. It also provides the necessary propulsion at the beginning of the swing phase and helps maintain balance.
The Hank exoskeleton is a medical device designed specifically for the lower extremities, providing a constant gait pattern not available in traditional rehabilitation. It is suitable for indoor use and supports the lower body region and hip as well as the back, legs and trunk. With the exoskeleton, the user can walk and stand. It is used in mobile rehabilitation and requires electricity. The exoskeleton weighs 16 kg and is suitable for users with a height of 150 to 195 cm. It can be used on a chair, but it is not oil, dust and water resistant. The retail price is 115,000 EUR net and the product can be sold in Europe. There is no minimum purchase required, but regular maintenance is necessary. The manufacturer's headquarters are located in Spain and production is also done there. The exoskeleton has a CE mark, but no FDA approval. There is no instruction manual available, but the manufacturer offers a test package. The warranty is 2 years and there is no aid number. The battery has a charge time of 1 hour and a shelf life of 4 hours with a maximum weight of 100 kg.
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HANK is a high-performance lower extremity exoskeleton used in the rehabilitation of patients with spinal cord injuries, neurodegenerative diseases or cerebrovascular accidents (stroke).
It is created through a license from the Cajal Institute (CSIC) and in collaboration with the National Hospital for Paraplegics in Toledo. Cyber Human Systems is a spin off of Gogoa Mobility Robots. GOGOA Mobility Robots has received a total of 1.6 million euros in 2 rounds of funding. The latest funding was raised in a grant round on December 1, 2018.
GOGOA Mobility Robots is funded by 2 investors. EASME - EU Executive Agency for SMEs and BIC Gipuzkoa Berrilan are the latest investors.
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