3rd International Forum on Exoskeleton and Human Augmentation Systems

We bring leading-edge technologists, industry, and academic researcher, product developers together to gain valuable information on the latest trends and technologies in the fields of wearable exoskeletons and human power augmentation. Demonstrate expertise, gain hands-on equipment experience, and establish new contacts, this forward-looking forum provides participants with face to face access to a wide range of leading suppliers offering practical solutions which are utilized to enhance human performance in industrial applications, replace humans from menial tasks, offer people mobility support, help people regain their strength and motor functions.

Running concurrently to the exhibition is the technology conference. A broad array of scientific tracks will cover diverse topics and attract researchers and practicing engineers from different disciplines to interact and exchange their latest results.

Become a part of the gathering delivering the most focused science and business content, coverage will include, but is not limited to:

  • Exoskeletons and exosuits.
  • Assistive robotic devices.
  • Intelligent artificial limbs.
  • Human-Robot interaction.
  • Bio-mimetic, bio-inspired & bio-hybrid robotic systems.
  • Wearable sensors, functional components & materials.
  • Performance monitoring, motion analysis.
  • System integration & applications.

Special Session: BCI & Assistive Devices

New engineering developments in research areas such as computer science, robotics, artificial intelligence and sensor technology offer opportunities to develop theory, technology, and science furthering the state-of-the-art in human-robot interaction. This special session aims to showcase the very best interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary development of applications of Brain Computer Interface (BCI) technology and its benefits in various fields include but are not limited to exoskeletons and wearable robots, smart wheelchairs, artificial limbs, and robotic assisted rehabilitation [...]


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