The funding project InRehaRob aims to create a self-adapting, robotic assistance system for rehabilitation for the first time.
The aim of InRehaRob is to provide patients, for example, those who have suffered a stroke, with tailored therapy and enable them to practice movements independently.
With the LBR Med, not only is safe human-robot collaboration possible, but thanks to its adaptability tailoring to individual patient requirements can also be achieved. This is why research is being carried out in collaboration with medical partners on a holistic safety concept which accounts for technical, medical and regulatory aspects and stipulates the requirements for such a concept. Beyond this, KUKA is developing interfaces specifically for use in the field of rehabilitation as part of this project. These interfaces enable system integrators and medical product manufacturers to integrate the LBR Med into their solutions more easily.