Get to know HAL
Experience the fusion of human and machine
HAL (Hybrid Assistive Limb), developed in Japan by Cyberdyne, is the world’s first neuro controlled exoskeleton, primarily used to train, support and enhance the wearer’s strength. This ultimately improves the wearer’s independence and quality of life.
Using electrodes, HAL reads the wearer’s bioelectric signals, interpreting the wearer’s movement intention and working with them to complete movements. This program encourages the development new neural pathways, improving motor and sensory function in some cases.
This might sound complex, but RoboFit’s certified staff have a deep understanding of the technology and know how to use the technology to personalise each session to the wearer’s capabilities and goals.
HAL is the embodiment of modern cybernetics: moving with the wearer, rather than for the wearer.
How moving with HAL works:
Wearing of HAL leads to a fusion of “man”, “robot” and “information”. HAL assists a physically challenged person to move, enabling him or her to perform more motions and exert more strength than previously possible.
In accordance with the recognised motions, HAL distributes power to the exoskeleton, providing the wearer with the required assistance to complete the action as normal.
Who is HAL for?
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HAL [Hybrid Assistive Limb] is the world‘s first cyborg-type robot, by which a wearer‘s bodily functions can be improved, supported and enhanced.
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