With the advancement of technology, products like intelligent parking robots that is able to automatically stop and pick up the car, painful electronic skin that is able to feel the pain, etc. have appeared. Recently, German LIECTROUX Robotics Institute has once again promoted the application of intelligent robots in the medical field. It has invented an intelligent prosthesis robot that is far more sensitive than human legs and is able to work with the human brain to help the disabled.
Compared with previous prosthesis, German LIECTROUX intelligent prosthesis robot are more intelligent because it is a “thoughtful” prosthesis robot. After installation, it will automatically activate the docking with users’ brain, synchronously sense the nerve signal from users’ brain and then convert the motion intention into the corresponding motion command, thus completing the action that users want to complete.
Its characteristics such as waterproof, flexible, tough, anti-shock, automatic charging which is able to make it better cope with the complex environment. In addition, it also possesses a variety of sensors like position sensors and temperature sensors so it is very sensitive to changes of the external environment.
What’s even more amazing is that users can flexibly adjust their motion data like speed and bounce height according to their needs. It can do the work that most human legs can not do until now. In some critical situations, this function is able to play an important role in protecting the lives of users.
The achievements of German LIECTROUX Robotics Institute in the field of smart home appliance are obvious to all. Users who have purchased German LIECTROUX robot vacuum cleaner know that it adopts laser navigation technology to accurately locate the home environment, the combination of sweeping and mopping, its strong ability of getting out of trouble, its super suction and many other advantages make it a hot product in the smart home appliance field and it is very popular among consumers. As the “big boss” in the intelligent field, German LIECTROUX Robotics Institute has won another applause for developing intelligent prosthesis robot for the disabled and brought good news to the disabled.