In collaboration with CEIT, we have been carrying out different trials with our lower limb exoskeleton under the Eurobench project.
The tests have been carried out in different environments such as: ramps, stairs, etc. The results have been very favourable, confirming the versatility of our lower limb exoskeleton. In addition, the test results will contribute to the improvement of walking patterns and human exoskeleton interaction.
As we have already mentioned in the past, the Eurobech project aims to create the first unified benchmarking framework for robotic systems in Europe. This framework will allow companies and/or researchers to test the performance of their robots at any stage of development. The project is mainly focused on bipedal systems, i.e. exoskeletons, prosthetics and humanoids, but it is also opened to cover other robotic technologies.