Watch our New video on i-Botics Exoskeleton Research

Despite the ongoing robotization of manual labor, physically demanding work is still prevalent in industry. A significant part of the EU workforce is exposed to tiring or painful positions, carrying or moving heavy loads, and repetitive hand or arm movements. These exposures relate to increased risks for developing musculoskeletal disorders in various body regions. How can exoskeletons help to support heavy work? How does an exoskeleton know at which moment it should activate? Can it differentiate between gently shaking hands to greet someone, or lift a heavy load? These are the type of questions we aim to answer in our research on exoskeletons within the i-Botics project.

Watch the New i-Botics Exoskeleton video below.


i-Botics participates in $10M ANA Avatar XPRIZE Competition

The Hague, The Netherlands (22 January 2020), On the 8th of January XPRIZE – the global leader in designing and coordinating incentive competitions to solve…

i-Botics performs successful tests with professional plasterers wearing Exoskeletons

The retirement ages are increasing, also for employees in a physically demanding profession. How do you…

i-Botics competes in the ANA Avatar XPRIZE

I do not like the cold. I grew up on a tropical island, and though I appreciate the beauty of the first snow and winter festivities …