Analysis of Human-Exoskeleton System Interaction for Ergonomic Design.

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Summary of "Analysis of Human-Exoskeleton System Interaction for Ergonomic Design."

Lower-limb exoskeleton systems are defined as gait training or walking-assisting devices for spinal cord injury or hemiplegic patients. Crutches, straps, and baffles are designed to protect subjects from falling. However, skin abrasions occur when the interaction forces are too large. In this study, the interaction forces between the human body and an exoskeleton system named the AIDER were measured to confirm whether the design was ergonomic.


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Name: Human factors
ISSN: 1547-8181
Pages: 18720820913789


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