The first MovAiD Symposium will take place on the occasion of the ISPO World Congress in Cape, SA on Tuesday 9th May, 2017. Title: MovaAID – Future of orthotics service provision? Speakers: Saeed Zahedi (Blatchford) Edward Lemaire (Ottawa Hospital Research Institute) Rajiv Hanspal (Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, ISPO President) Venue: Cape Town International Concention Center (2.64-2.66)
We are faced with several societal challenges due to demographic change, rising costs of social services and health care, a lack of qualified personnel in certain industrial sectors and the risk of workplace-related injuries… read more
WP1 Novel concepts for Movement Assistive Device (MAD) WP1 focuses on identifying target groups, understanding their activities and translating user requirement results into a MAD reference design. These devices can reduce costs associated with treating movement disabilities and preventing their consequences. Project partner Alstom began by analysing ergonomic risks associated with workers in manufacturing scenarios, […]
KMWE Precisie represented MovAiD at the Exoskeleton Technology Day in Amsterdam on 28 November, 2016. A Robo-Mate meeting gathering 50 participants involved in state-of-the-art EU projects, it was an opportunity to see selected exoskeleton prototypes first-hand. Learn more here.
Watch this recent webcast about Modeling Human-Exoskeleton. The webcast was organized by Anybody Technology and and has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement NO. 680754 Movaid.
MovAid and other European Research Projects will meet in Amsterdam, NL on 28 November, 2016 to discuss their results, create synergies and generate new ideas for further developments in the use of results.The event is organised by Robo-Mate dissemination and exploitation lead accelopment AG and facilitated by Common Exploitation Booster, a support service for facilitating […]
Barcelona was the location for the MovAiD General Assembly, from 24 to 25 October, 2016. Hosted by Alstom, participants saw the impressive manufacturing facilities where trains and trams are built and tested. Discussions centred around the work package updates, from user requirements, the integration platform, modelling and simulation to additive manufacturing machines. Participants also focused […]
Congratulations to Hessel Maalderink from TNO and his team who received the Innovation Grant at the PMI 2016 conference. This award is granted to the paper describing the most innovative application in the field.
The Kick Off meeting took place in Basingstoke, UK on 30 September 2015 highlighting the need for customisation, personalisation, fitting, monitoring and diagnosis and mass market. It introduced partners and participants and provided an overview of the work packages, their interrelationships and dependencies.