Powered Lower Limb Orthosis for Assisting Standing Up and Sitting Down Movements
For older and some classes of disabled people there is often the need for assistance in sitting down and standing up, although they may be able to walk. This is due to limited power in the muscles of the legs.
KeywordsDisable People User Intention Femoral Muscle Proportional Control Data Acquisition Board
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