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EXS Bionics

Presenting our Exosksleton Project
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Nikola Efremov

on 22 November 2013

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Transcript of EXS Bionics

EXS Bionics
Powering
Power Drive
Planetary Gearhead GP 62 A Ø62 mm, 8 - 50 Nm
Power Supply

Sensors and Filtering
Gyros and accelerometers
Arduino microcontrollers
Calman's filter for error compensation
Super-Charge Ion Battery (SCiB™)
mobility
endurance
reusability
(great robots require great batteries)
12 electrical motors
Motor for each degree of freedom
3kW of power required
Implementing torque reduction
Algorithms and Control
Joints kinematics
Interrupts
Fuzzy logic
Mechanics
6 degrees of freedom per leg
Sizeable
Consistent with human anatomy and movement
Design
Solid Works
NX Studio
3D printing
Appearance and cosmetic design
What is an exoskeleton?

Contacts
facebook.com/EXSBionics
exoskeletonsc.wordpress.com
exsbionics.com
Onward and Upward!
Future Development & Action Plan

Psychology
Control
Managing reflexes
The Team
Radost Chipanova
3D printed model
Mockup version
Predefined movement
Testing algorithms and balance
No scalability
"Walkie"
Electrical Engineer
Nikola Efremov
Yana Davitkova
Chavdar Dutsov
Mihail Enimanev
Zdravko Donev
IT
Engineering Design
Mechanics
Medical Physics
IT
Mentors
Marc Bélanger
Neuroscience
Georgi Chipov
Robotics Engineer
Entrepreneur
Alain-Steve Comtois
Physiology
Andree-Anne Parent
Psychology
Printing and assembling "Walkie"
(end of November 2013)

Experimenting and next iterations
(end of February 2014)

Project promotion and fund raising
(end of August 2014)

Design improvement and construction
of the full-size model
(early 2015)

Astronauts on Long Space Missions
Loss of muscle mass
Weakened bone structure
Inability to perform tasks
EVA Spacesuit on Earth - 90kg
External frame
Enhances physical capability
Multiple applications
Problems
Technological advancement
Poor infrastructure
3 million paraplegics worldwide
Paraplegics on life-long Earth missions
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