HELK expands its range of support for the extremities of the body, helping to reduce joint stress and improve user mobility. Additionally, healthcare workers have the ability to use this exoskeleton to reduce muscle fatigue and prevent musculoskeletal injuries when lifting and transporting patients. Thanks to HELK, healthcare will be safer and more effective than ever before.
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Helk textile exoskeleton for nurses by Gogoa need to know.
HELK is an ergonomic textile exoskeleton specially designed to support the lumbar spine. It is equipped with a series of "artificial muscles", consisting of elastic materials with variable deformation. These muscles are used to support the person in any movement where the lower back is loaded. HELK provides the perfect balance between comfort and long-term lumbar protection. At only 0.7 kg, it is the lightest and most versatile exoskeleton on the market. In addition, it provides support between 7 and 15 kg.
HELK is designed for healthcare professionals who must perform demanding tasks such as transferring and moving patients during their workday.
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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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