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Robotic Exoskeleton-HAL

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Sara Ness

on 17 January 2014

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Robotic Exoskeleton-HAL
This robot is an exoskeleton robot, they help the user to rehabilitate disabled people.
Where can I buy one?
These robotic exoskeletons are now open for sale in Germany.
Impact on Humans
This is a helping robot, it will be handy to help you walk and to help you lift things. This can basiclly open up any job to the disabled because it will help them to walk again.
Future for HAL
They have already made a full body suit, HAL 5, but in the future they may be able to create a "mind suit" that can help the people with learning disabilities.
HAL 3 is the exoskeleton of just the legs while the HAL 5 is a full body suit completed with the arms and torso.
This robot helps the disabled to walk and preform various tasks.
Sensors and Action
HAL 3 is a battery operated robot with a life of 2 hours, 40 minutes.
They stimulate walking for the using and also help them with any leg-type functions.
Work Envelope
This machine's work envelope is power legs, 4 passive at trunk, 2 passive at hip, one active at hip, one active at knee.
HAL 3 can help you to stand up, walk, climb up and down stairs, and the HAL 5 can aid in holding and lifting heavy objects.
The biosignals for the robot detects the host's skin that are sent to their muscles which in turn makes the robotic limbs move.
The battery life only lasts for 2 hours and 40 minutes, so the disabled cannot move for that long.
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