ARTICARES: Personalized, more affordable arm rehab therapy at home


Using adaptive AI, its H-Man robot works like an occupational therapist, assessing patient’s performance and adjusting the complexity of training tasks in real time

Frequent trips to the hospital to use the costly, bulky rehabilitation therapy machines will soon be a thing of the past, especially for the elderly and stroke patients needing regular sessions. From Singapore, ARTICARES offers a portable arm rehabilitation robot designed for home use to reduce the need for in-person therapy. The H-Man “home robot” was showcased at Tan Tock Seng Hospital (TTSH) in October 2020, after eight years of research and product development at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU). The two scientists behind the solution, Domenico Campolo and Asif Hussain, co-f...
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