[CES 2019] Exosystems Inc. Introduces 'ExoRehab', the Ai-driven Robotics for Occupational Therapy
2019-01-09, Dooyoung Shin Reporter
Exosystems has and presented exoRehab for occupational therapy in CES 2019 EUREKA PARK MIK Innovation Hot Spot & MIK Night (Booth #52843), the world's largest technology exhibition held in Las Vegas, USA from January 8 (Tue) to 11 (Fri).
With the increase of worldwide aging population, most patients or seniors are suffering from loss of proper physical function. To supplement and assist those with a physical limitation, Exosystems aims to further enhance the treatment through robotics and AI technology.
ExoRehab, compared to other existing devices for musculoskeletal occupational therapy, provides remedial exercise for joint areas, electrotherapy, EMG signal measurement, and other diverse functions at the same time which allows more efficient usage.
By providing a tablet installed with a program related to occupational therapy, it enables the patients to carry on their remedial exercise; also, level of performance and enhancement of the exercise can be analyzed through data which is another advantage.
AVING NEWS and GMEG, a global company specializing in MICE have planned together and co-hosted MIK Innovation Hot Spot. MIK Innovation Hot Spot is made as the global project zone to give boost to startups in Korea to enter the global market. With the space provided for exhibition and pitching, it runs various programs and parties.
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