Here you can find an overview of all the projects that are being worked on in the Wearable Robotics Lab.
The goal of this project is to develop a safe, bio-inspired, personalized wearable exoskeleton that enables SCI patients to walk without additional assistance, by complementing their remaining motor function.
Flexible robotic suit
This VICI project granted to H. van der Kooij aims to develop a flexible robotic suit for spinal cord injured subjects.
SoftPro project will study and design soft synergy-based robotics technologies to develop new prostheses, exoskeletons, and assistive devices for upper limb rehabilitation.
EUROBENCH stands for European robotic framework for bipedal locomotion benchmarking.
XoSoft is a modular soft lower-limb exoskeleton to assist people with mobility impairments.
eNHANCE is an intelligent multimodal interface to improve the autonomy of upper-extremity motor function for disabled people.
Control of a powered knee prosthesis
The goal of this contract research project is to develop advanced control algorithms to re-enable natural walking for amputees and collect clinical evidence to show the effectiveness of using this device.
TTW Perspective program Wearable Robotics
This national program will start in the mid of 2018 and aims to develop new key-enabling technologies for wearable robotics.
The Textile Reflexes project explores the possibilities of robotic textiles for feedback and coaching.