LOWER LIMB REHABILITATION
FIRST EUROPEAN EXOSKELETON TO OBTAIN CE MARKING
AS A MEDICAL DEVICE
Hank is our gait rehabilitation robotic equipment. The most technologically advanced lower limb exoskeleton, the only one in the world with 6 motorized joints and an adaptive gait pattern.
A full-blown revolution.
WHAT IS HANK?
HANK is a lower limb exoskeleton.
WHO IS HANK FOR?
HANK is intended for the rehabilitation of patients with spinal cord injuries, neurodegenerative diseases or who have suffered cerebrovascular accidents (ictus).
1.50 — 1.95 METERS
SUPPORTS UP TO
100 kg WEIGHT
WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?
SEVEN KEY FEATURES
< 5 MINUTES
VARIABLE ATTENDANCE CONTROL
ONLY ONE WITH
6 MOTORIZED JOINTS
TABLET AND VOICE
IN REAL TIME
IN MORE DETAIL...
ITS QUICK PLACEMENT AND ADAPTABILITY TO DIFFERENT PEOPLE
Hank sets up in under 5 minutes and has no interchangeable parts. It adjusts to users from 1.50 - 1.95 meters in height and up to 100 kg in weight, since it adapts to different anthropometric measurements thanks to its design of extendable bars and adaptable moorings.
THE WORLD'S ONLY EXOSKELETON WITH 6 MOTORIZED JOINTS AND ADAPTIVE GATHER PATTERN
One of the characteristics to mention of this product is the motorized ankle, since this articulation is essential to avoid foot drop and equine stations, in addition to being necessary for the impulse at the beginning of the swing phase and key to maintain balance.
VARIABLE ATTENDANCE CONTROL BY TABLET AND VOICE, AND REAL TIME TRAINING REPORTS
Tablet and voice controls allow physical therapists easy use of the Hank exoskeleton.
In addition, we have a desktop application where all the information related to patient training is collected in real time.
A comfortable way to control the data from the training sessions, the analysis of which makes it possible to adapt the rehabilitation sessions to the needs of the patient.
Since its creation in 2016, HANK has not stopped evolving.
Development and industrialization of HANK
New ergonomic templates
New set backpack - battery
Handlebar with integrated commands
New patient fixation system, improves the transmission of the gait pattern
New height adjustment system
Infinite pitch control system