ExoMotus™

Lower Limb Exoskeleton Robot

Institutional Training

Safe walking, remodelled function

Personal Assistance

Technology helps to walk again

Research Platform

Open source to accelerate technology development

ExoMotus™ Lower Limb Exoskeleton Robot Series Products

The biped modular structure design of the robot is integrated with the in-house developed motion control unit, multi-dimensional force sensor, and smooth yet high-performing motors at the joints. The robot focuses on walking assistance, bringing more power to each stride.
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Built-in Controller

Adjustable Height

Powerful Actuator

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Fast Battery Replacement

COMFORTABLE AND FITTING THIGH STRAP

ADJUSTABLE SHANK POSITION WITH CALF STRAP

Force feedback technology

Only 18KG

Aluminium alloy and carbon fibre materials used, creating a compact structure.

Powerful Actuating Unit

Exquisite mechanical force load design, high-performance servo motor and reducer to provide a strong torque output.

High-Performance Motion Control

The main motion unit (MMU) is a controlling module developed by Fourier Intelligence. It provides excellent computing power to support various algorithm involved in trajectory, speed and dynamic feedback, and data collection.

Wireless Smart Watch Control

To allow customisable gait parameter.

Walking with Weight-Supporting Robot

Walk safely with weight-supporting robot or free walking on the ground for better lower limb rehabilitation.

Real-time Dynamic Weight Support

No limitation to the pelvis movement, natural shifting of the centre of gravity.

Exoskeleton and Robotics Open Platform System

Provide an open platform for teaching and research of the exoskeleton. To accelerate the research and development of exoskeleton robot technology as well as promoting the adoption in different fields.

Research

Academic

Industry

EXOPS™ is an open platform for the exoskeleton, jointly developed by Fourier Intelligence, National Instruments and the University of Melbourne. The platform can be used by research institutes, universities or medical centres for secondary development.

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