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  • Presentation of the ACHILE Project in Munich: Exoskeletons for the Future European Soldier

    Context of the ACHILE Project The ACHILE Project is an ambitious initiative backed by the European Defense Fund aimed at revolutionizing the equipment of European soldiers through the development of advanced exoskeletons. This project focuses on creating the Next Generation Dismounted Soldier System (NGDSS), a next-generation system designed to enhance the mobility, ergonomics, and survivability of soldiers on the battlefield. Meeting in Munich to Present the ACHILE Project PDR On June 11, 2024, Munich hosted a crucial meeting for the advancement of the ACHILE Project. With the presence of the European Project Officer, Mr. Michal Olexa, the Preliminary Design Review (PDR) was presented. This document outlines the services, functionalities, capabilities, and systems that will equip the next generation of European combat soldiers. Gogoa's Participation in the ACHILE Project Gogoa Mobility Robots, as the leader of task T6.6 Physical Augmentation, played a key role in this presentation. Our team presented four Proof of Concept (PoCs) that will be developed around exoskeletons designed for various tasks: Marching: Exoskeletons that enhance the soldier's mobility and endurance, allowing for more efficient movement across different terrains. Logistics: Devices that facilitate the handling and transport of heavy loads, optimizing logistical efficiency on the battlefield. Weapon Stabilization: Systems that improve the accuracy and stability of weapons, increasing effectiveness in combat situations. Soldier Comfort Measurement: Tools that assess and optimize user comfort, reducing fatigue and increasing operational efficiency. Over the next 12 months, we will work alongside other consortium partners to develop functional prototypes of these PoCs. These will be tested in real-world environments towards the end of the project to ensure their viability and effectiveness under actual use conditions. Cutting-Edge Mobility One of the most notable aspects of the ACHILE Project is its innovative approach to mobility. The developed exoskeletons aim not only to increase physical endurance but also to provide agile and efficient mobility across various terrains. The ability to move without restrictions is essential on the battlefield, and ACHILE is set to be a game-changer in this respect, offering advanced solutions to enhance soldiers' operability. Adaptive Ergonomics Ergonomics is a crucial factor in the design of military devices. ACHILE developers are committed to ensuring that the exoskeletons fit perfectly to the user's body. Optimizing comfort and reducing fatigue are primary goals, and adaptive ergonomics is key to allowing soldiers to focus on their mission without distractions, enhancing their performance in critical situations. Enhanced Survivability In combat situations, survivability is paramount. ACHILE will incorporate innovative features that enhance soldiers' survivability capabilities. From early warning systems to advanced protection mechanisms, the exoskeleton will be designed to provide soldiers with a crucial tactical advantage on the battlefield. These improvements will not only increase safety but also boost operational effectiveness in high-demand missions. A Pioneering Project for European Defense The ACHILE Project, backed by the European Defense Fund, represents a significant milestone in the quest for cutting-edge technologies that strengthen the European Union's position in the defense sector. At Gogoa Mobility Robots, we are excited to be part of this transformative initiative. We will closely follow the progress of ACHILE and look forward to witnessing how this groundbreaking technology will redefine the role and capabilities of future soldiers. At Gogoa, our commitment to innovation and excellence drives us to continue developing solutions that make a difference on the battlefield, contributing to the safety and efficiency of European soldiers.

  • Celebrating Pride Month at GOGOA: Gender-Neutral Exoskeletons for an Inclusive World

    At Gogoa Mobility Robots, we firmly believe in equality, inclusion, and respect for all individuals, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other personal characteristic. This Pride Month, we are proud to highlight that our exoskeletons are gender-neutral; they are unisex, designed for everyone. We do not discriminate. We are an LGTB+ friendly company and celebrate diversity in all its forms. The History of LGTB+ Rights Pride Month is celebrated in June to commemorate the Stonewall riots in 1969, a pivotal event in the fight for LGTB+ rights. This event marked the beginning of a global movement for equality and civil rights for LGTB+ individuals, promoting visibility and acceptance worldwide. Over the decades, we have seen significant advances in equal rights, but much work remains to be done. At Gogoa, we are committed to being part of this positive change by offering inclusive technological solutions that empower all people, regardless of who they are or whom they love. Innovation Without Boundaries: Unisex Exoskeletons Our exoskeletons are designed to be accessible and functional for anyone who needs them. We do not discriminate based on gender, and our designs reflect this commitment to equality. We believe that mobility is a human right, and we work tirelessly to develop technologies that improve the quality of life for everyone, without exception. Celebrating Diversity in Science and Technology The LGTB+ community has made tremendous contributions to the advancement of science and technology. We want to honor some of the most influential LGTB+ scientists and inventors in history: Alan Turing: British mathematician and computer scientist, known for his work in breaking Nazi codes during World War II and his foundational contributions to modern computing. Sally Ride: American physicist and astronaut, she was the first American woman in space. Sally Ride was also a strong advocate for science education and the empowerment of women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Lynn Conway: Computer engineer and inventor, known for her work in developing VLSI (Very Large Scale Integration) and for being a pioneer in advocating for transgender rights in the scientific and technological fields. These individuals have not only left an indelible mark on their fields but have also inspired future generations to dream big and fight for equality. Our Commitment At Gogoa Mobility Robots, we strive to create an inclusive and respectful environment for all our employees, customers, and partners. We support equal rights and are proud to be part of a global community that values diversity and inclusion. This Pride Month, let us come together to celebrate the achievements made and renew our commitment to the fight for a more just and inclusive world. Together, we can create a future where mobility and equality are accessible to all. Happy Pride Month from the entire Gogoa Mobility Robots team! --- References "The Stonewall Riots: A Milestone in the Fight for LGTB+ Rights" (History). Biographies of Alan Turing, Sally Ride, and Lynn Conway (Science and Technology). --- We would love to hear your stories and experiences. Share your thoughts with us on our social media using the hashtag #GogoaPride. Together, we make a difference!

  • Gogoa Mobility Robots Attends the Entrepreneurship in the Defense and Security Sector Event

    Spain has the potential to become a global leader in creating an entrepreneurial ecosystem in the field of Defense and Security, particularly in innovation and entrepreneurship for dual-use solutions and technologies. With the support of available funds from organizations such as NATO and the European Union, the country can leverage these opportunities to drive technological and business development. Yesterday, June 4th, Gogoa Mobility Robots had the honor of attending the “Entrepreneurship in the Defense and Security Sector” event, organized by the Fundación Círculo de Tecnologías in collaboration with the Directorate General of Armament and Material of the Ministry of Defense, and supported by the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities. The event took place in the Auditorium of the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities, located at Paseo de la Castellana, 162, in Madrid. Event Development The event began with an introductory conference by Major General Enrique Campo Loarte, Deputy Director General of Planning, Technology, and Innovation at the Ministry of Defense. In his speech, General Campo Loarte highlighted the importance of the Diana Program, an initiative aimed at promoting innovation and entrepreneurship in the Defense sector, offering unique opportunities for startups and technology companies. During the event, various presentations and round tables addressed the needs for innovative products and services in the Defense sector, specifically related to NATO and other international organizations. Additionally, the innovative programs being developed at both national and European levels were showcased, providing a comprehensive view of the innovation ecosystem in the sector. Financing and Collaboration Opportunities One of the most notable aspects of the event was the presentation of the public aid instruments available to startups and companies in the sector. The various financing and support options that can be utilized for the development of innovative technologies were detailed. These instruments included private investment funds, collaboration opportunities with universities and technology centers, and European and NATO financing programs. Participants also had the chance to learn first-hand about the entrepreneurial experiences of established companies in the Defense and Security sector, resulting in an enriching exchange of knowledge and best practices. Conclusion The “Entrepreneurship in the Defense and Security Sector” event has been a crucial platform for disseminating opportunities and creating synergies between companies, entrepreneurs, and institutions. At Gogoa Mobility Robots, we are convinced that events like this are fundamental to driving innovation and technological development in Spain. We thank the Fundación Círculo de Tecnologías, the Ministry of Defense, and the Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities for organizing this event and for their continuous support of the entrepreneurial ecosystem in the Defense and Security sector. We are committed to continuing our work on innovative solutions that contribute to the strengthening of this strategic sector. _________________ At Gogoa Mobility Robots, we continue our mission to lead technological innovation, and initiatives like this inspire us to keep exploring new frontiers in the Defense and Security field. We hope to apply the knowledge gained and the collaboration opportunities identified to further advance our projects.

  • Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Treatment at Movex Clinics: Discover the Second Episode of Our Collaborative Podcast

    On May 31st, we released the second episode of our collaborative podcast with Movex Clinics on Onda Vasca. This time, we had the special participation of Maite Molinuevo, coordinator of Movex Living Lab and head of Neurology-specialized Physiotherapy. Maite discussed the innovative treatments using Gogoa’s exoskeleton for neurological conditions such as stroke, cerebral palsy, and spinal cord injuries. We also heard the inspiring story of Melani, who suffered a cervical spinal cord crush due to a fall. Melani detailed her treatment journey with Gogoa’s exoskeleton, a process that has enabled her to walk again and regain her quality of life. Listen to the Podcast Here: The Exoskeletons That Improve Quality of Life Gogoa Mobility Robots, through its own robotic neurorehabilitation clinics, Movex Clinics, leads a true revolution in the fields of rehabilitation and ergonomics. With centers located in Urretxu and Bilbao, we specialize in robotic neurorehabilitation for various neurological and degenerative conditions, including stroke, spinal cord injuries, brain and spinal tumors, cerebral palsy, ataxias, as well as degenerative diseases like Parkinson’s, multiple sclerosis (MS), and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Cutting-Edge Technology in Rehabilitation At Gogoa, we utilize a variety of advanced technologies for rehabilitation, including gait and hand exoskeletons, as well as virtual reality systems. But what exactly is an exoskeleton? It is a robotic framework that attaches to the patient’s body to help people with motor disabilities regain or improve their mobility. Designed for use in clinical settings under the supervision of healthcare professionals, these exoskeletons are aimed at the rehabilitation of patients with neurological injuries, degenerative diseases, or musculoskeletal issues. The rehabilitative use of the exoskeleton is based on the principle of neural plasticity, leveraging the brain’s ability to reorganize and form new connections. This is achieved through the intensive repetition of movements, helping healthy brain areas to take over the functions of the damaged ones and reprogramming motor neurons to respond to weaker or distorted signals. Innovation and Personalization in Treatment At Gogoa, we develop our own technology, which we then apply in our clinics to offer personalized treatments. Depending on each patient’s functional state and goals, we use different technologies with the appropriate intensity to maximize the benefits of rehabilitation. Success Story: Melani Melani, a 53-year-old woman, suffered an incomplete cervical 5 spinal cord injury in January 2017 after falling from a ladder in her bar. This injury affected both her upper and lower limbs. Melani began her rehabilitation with us in May 2023, attending for three months. Her initial functional state included weakness in her arms and legs, requiring two crutches to walk and a wheelchair for long distances. She also had balance and stability issues, and her left hand lacked strength and coordination. The treatment included the use of the Hand of Hope hand exoskeleton and the Arm Tutor device, the HANK gait exoskeleton, and manual neurorehabilitation with exercises focusing on strength, coordination, stability, and balance, as well as functional activities like stair climbing. Treatment Results After three months of treatment, Melani showed significant improvement: increased strength in her lower limbs, improved stability and balance, thereby reducing the risk of falls. Her posture in standing and during walking also improved. For long distances, she still uses two crutches, but in safe and controlled environments, such as her home and the clinic, she can walk without them. Additionally, she has improved in transfers and can now climb and descend steps more easily. Patient's Opinion and Vision Melani expressed her gratitude and optimism about her recovery. Her experience highlights the positive impact that Gogoa’s technology can have on people’s lives, enabling them to regain their mobility and independence. At Gogoa Mobility Robots, we remain committed to developing innovative solutions to improve our patients' quality of life. Stay tuned for our upcoming episodes to learn more about our advancements and success stories! ________________ For more information about our services and technologies, visit our website or contact us directly. Gogoa Mobility Robots: Innovating for a Better Life.

  • Gogoa Mobility Robots Participates in the Bioengineering Event organised by ESTIA

    We are pleased to announce our participation in the event "Problems, Training, and Solutions for Bioengineering," organized by ESTIA, next Tuesday, June 4th, starting at 2:00 PM. The event will take place at ESTIA's facilities, building ESTIA 1, amphi Mari. A Meeting for Innovation and Collaboration ESTIA is a prestigious engineering school with an international focus, part of the ISAE Group, that educates professionals in Nouvelle Aquitaine. This event aims to promote current projects in bioengineering and provide a space for R&D experts from both sides of the border to meet and discuss the challenges and opportunities in developing technological solutions for health. Key topics include artificial intelligence, the human-machine relationship, and cross-training between engineering and medicine, with the goal of fostering collaboration on future joint projects. Event Program The event will be structured around three main themes: Training in Bioengineering: As part of the multiplier event for the HealthTEK project, strategies and methodologies for effectively training future professionals in this field will be discussed. Testimonies of Problems Encountered by Healthcare Workers: Real cases of the challenges faced by healthcare professionals in their daily work will be presented, providing practical insights into the sector's needs. Examples of Technological Solutions: Technological innovations that address some of the identified problems will be showcased, highlighting the most promising solutions in bioengineering. Our Participation At Gogoa Mobility Robots, we are committed to advancing bioengineering and improving the quality of life through technology. We will participate in this event by presenting our latest developments and solutions in assistive and rehabilitation robotics. We look forward to sharing our experiences and learning from other professionals and organizations present. A Call to Collaboration This event is open to any actor or organization in the healthcare sector interested in bioengineering and biomedical engineering, as well as members of the LTC, HealthTEK, and Revital networks. It is an excellent opportunity to learn about ongoing projects, exchange ideas, and explore possibilities for collaboration. Join Us! If you are interested in bioengineering and want to learn more about the latest innovations and challenges in this field, we invite you to join us at ESTIA next Tuesday. To register, please use the following link: Registration Form _______________ We look forward to seeing you there and collaborating in building the future of bioengineering. For more information about Gogoa Mobility Robots and our projects, visit our website or follow us on our social media channels.

  • Multiple Sclerosis Treatment: The Success Story of Ana Elena at Movex Clinics Bilbao

    Yesterday, on World Multiple Sclerosis Day, we shared the story of Ana Elena, a patient at Movex Clinics Bilbao. Her experience with this disease demonstrates how proper support and innovative technologies can improve the quality of life for those living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Below, you can listen to the recorded interview as a podcast episode. Ana Elena's Experience with Multiple Sclerosis Ana Elena was diagnosed with Progressive Multiple Sclerosis in 2015. Since then, she has seen significant changes in her physical abilities, going from being completely independent to needing help with daily tasks. "My son helps me with things like putting clothes in the washing machine or hanging them out," Ana Elena notes, emphasizing the importance of family support in her daily life. Discovering Movex Clinics Bilbao In her search for new ways to manage her disease, Ana Elena found Movex Clinics Bilbao online. "I saw they had exoskeletons, and since I like to try everything, I decided to go," she explains. Her experience at Movex has been positive, although not without challenges. A significant setback occurred when an infection hospitalized her, interrupting her progress. Technological Innovations at Movex Carlos Fernández Isoird, CEO of Gogoa, notes that the company is developing new technologies to improve the usability of exoskeletons for MS patients. "We are introducing new operating modes that include a system of sensors in the insoles that detect movement intention and help the patient develop their gait," Carlos says. Ana Elena has shown interest in participating in these innovations. "Count on me to try it," she affirms. Combined Treatments for Recovery Sara García, coordinator at Movex Clinics Bilbao, highlights the combination of intensive treatments and advanced technology in patient progress. "The use of the balance platform and virtual reality has been fundamental in Ana Elena's recovery of movement and coordination. Although her progress was temporarily halted, we continue to work for her to keep advancing." Looking to the Future At Movex Clinics Bilbao, we strive to provide innovative solutions that improve the quality of life for our patients. Ana Elena's story demonstrates how technology and proper treatment can make a significant difference in managing Multiple Sclerosis. Conclusion On this World Multiple Sclerosis Day, we reaffirm our commitment to continue developing and offering innovative treatments. Ana Elena's experience at Movex Clinics Bilbao shows that with the right support and the right technology, it is possible to improve the quality of life for people with MS. At Movex, we continue to work to offer the best solutions to our patients, helping them live more independently and satisfactorily. To listen to the full interview, you can access the audio below and enjoy this podcast episode where Ana Elena shares her story and her experience at Movex Clinics Bilbao.

  • Discover Innovation in Rehabilitation with Gogoa at the Neurodegenerative Diseases Conference by Grupo Casaverde

    This Tuesday, May 28, our CEO and co-founder, Carlos Fernández Isroid, will give a lecture at the Neurodegenerative Diseases Conference organized by Grupo Casaverde in Alicante. This event, to be held at Fundación Mediterráneo (Avenida del Doctor Gadea, 1), will be a unique opportunity to learn first-hand about the latest technological advances in neurological rehabilitation. Event Agenda 5:30 PM – Coffee break and demonstration of Gogoa's HANK exoskeletonDuring this break, we will conduct a live demonstration of HANK, our innovative exoskeleton designed for lower limb mobility rehabilitation. This device is revolutionizing the approach to rehabilitation, offering personalized and effective solutions for patients with reduced mobility. 6:00 PM – Panel II: Comprehensive care for people with Neurodegenerative DiseasesCarlos Fernández Isroid, our CEO, will lead a session on the use of technology in rehabilitation. He will also present our BELK+ exoskeleton, the world’s first personal gait assistance exoskeleton. BELK+ is designed to assist and train walking, providing support to people with walking difficulties and significantly improving their quality of life. Innovation and Excellence in Rehabilitation with Grupo Casaverde With over 30 years of experience, Grupo Casaverde is a leader in the Spanish market for neurological rehabilitation and the care of people in situations of dependency. Their dedication to innovation and the implementation of high-quality protocols, such as the Casaverde Method, positions them as leaders in the sector. The Neurodegenerative Diseases Conference aims to be a multidisciplinary forum where knowledge and experiences on the diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of these pathologies will be shared. It will feature participation from renowned experts in neurology, neurosciences, and technology applied to rehabilitation. An Unmissable Event for Professionals and Patients The event will take place on May 28 from 4:00 PM to 7:30 PM at Fundación Mediterráneo, Alicante. Admission is free with limited seating, allowing attendees to access cutting-edge information and directly learn about the most advanced technological solutions for neurological rehabilitation. Event Program: 4:00 PM – Registration and accreditation 4:15 PM – Opening and Welcome Alberto Giménez Artés (President of Fundación Casaverde) Elena Sánchez Durán (Content Manager of Fundación Casaverde) 4:30 PM – Panel I: Updates in the diagnosis and treatment of neurodegenerative diseases. Advances in research. Paloma González (Neurologist) Salvador Martínez (Researcher at the Neurosciences Institute of Alicante) Nuria Fernández (Specialist in physical and rehabilitation medicine) 5:30 PM – Coffee break and demonstration of Gogoa's HANK exoskeleton 6:00 PM – Panel II: Comprehensive care for people with Neurodegenerative Diseases. Technology as a tool in rehabilitation Carlos Fernández Isroid (CEO of Gogoa) Cristina Tito (Occupational therapist) Sonia Sánchez (Psychologist) Santiago Llopis (President of FEVAFA-Alzheimer’s) 7:00 PM – Q&A session 7:15 PM – Patient and family testimonials We invite you to join us and discover how Gogoa is transforming neurological rehabilitation with our HANK and BELK+ exoskeletons. See you in Alicante!

  • We are launching a PODCAST on Neurological Rehabilitation in collaboration with Movex Clinics on Onda Vasca

    We are pleased to announce the first broadcast of our collaborative podcast, MOVEX CLINICS x GOGOA, on Onda Vasca - Grupo Noticias radio, within the current affairs program hosted by Txema Gutiérrez: https://www.ondavasca.com/hemos-tenido-casos-de-personas-dependientes-en-silla-de-ruedas-que-han-conseguido-incluso-llegar-a-caminar-en-la-calle/ In this fascinating broadcast, we had the privilege of hearing from Maite Molinuevo Auzmendi and Sara García Delgado, specialized neurology physiotherapists and coordinators of the MOVEX clinics in Urretxu and Bilbao, respectively. Both shared with us the noble work they carry out day by day. From how GOGOA exoskeletons represent a beacon of hope for those suffering from neurodegenerative diseases or neuromuscular conditions, to the heartwarming stories of patients who, thanks to this cutting-edge technology, have regained mobility and independence. Our CEO, Carlos Fernandez Isoird, delighted us with his deep knowledge of the cutting-edge technology developed by GOGOA. He explained how, through the use of exoskeletons, we can trigger neuronal plasticity and reprogram motor neurons, allowing patients not only to rehabilitate, but to walk again! A dream come true that fills us with pride and motivation. This podcast will be a must-listen for all those interested in the advancement of rehabilitation and medical technology. We plan to broadcast it bimonthly, so don't miss it! Stay tuned to our social media channels for updates on the next broadcast. "We have had cases of dependent individuals, in wheelchairs, who have even managed to walk down the street." These words from the managers of the Movex clinics in Bilbao and Urretxu during the interview on Onda Vasca reflect the real and transformative impact that our therapies and technologies have on people's lives. At GOGOA and Movex Clinics, we are committed to excellence in rehabilitation and the constant search for innovative solutions. Thank you for joining us on this exciting journey towards a brighter future full of possibilities. See you in the next broadcast! Sincerely, GOGOA

  • The SUPERHUMAN Project by GOGOA Highlighted in Il Sole 24 Ore: Innovation in Workplace Safety

    Our project SUPERHUMAN has been highlighted in the Italian newspaper Il Sole 24 Ore. This recognition is a testament to the hard work and dedication of the entire team involved in this innovative project. The article in Il Sole 24 Ore emphasizes the importance of addressing musculoskeletal challenges in industrial settings and highlights how SUPERHUMAN is making a difference in this field. If you want to learn more about this project highlighted in the international community, we invite you to read the full article here: https://www.ilsole24ore.com/art/bologna-lavoro-superhuman-l-esoscheletro-il-lavoro-sicuro-AFFrC72D For those who are not yet familiar, SUPERHUMAN is much more than just a project; it is an initiative aimed at changing the way we address the safety and well-being of workers in industrial environments. With the integration of exoskeletons for the back and hips, we are working to provide effective solutions that help alleviate muscle fatigue and reduce the risk of workplace injuries. This project would not have been possible without the hard work and collaboration of all the partners involved, from academic institutions to associated companies. We deeply appreciate their dedication and commitment to innovation and improving the quality of life for industrial workers. Stay tuned for more updates on SUPERHUMAN and other exciting news from GOGOA in the future! Participants in the project: EIT Manufacturing, Scuola universitaria professionale della Svizzera italiana (SUPSI), ART-ER S. cons. p. a., University of Bologna (Alma Mater Studiorum – Università di Bologna), CTAG – Centro Tecnológico de Automoción de Galicia, Bonfiglioli, Modelo Continente - Chiara Galletta, Loris Roveda, Alina Bisag, Lisa Contarini, Debora Facchini, Luisa Secci, Elisabetta Toschi, Roberto Meattini, Angel Dacal Nieto, Erika Triviño, Angela Congiu, Luca Malaguti, Davide Pizzirani, Paolo Tondelli, Frederico Borges, Ângela Faria, João Fernandes

  • Gogoa Mobility Robots se une a la campaña #TecnologíasQueHacenPaís

    At Gogoa Mobility Robots, we are delighted to announce our participation in the #TecnologíasQueHacenPaís campaign, an initiative led by Hersill aimed at highlighting and supporting Spanish companies dedicated to research, development, and manufacturing in our country. This campaign not only recognizes the value of the national industry but also promotes collaboration between public entities and companies to strengthen the business fabric and foster innovation. In a context where international competitiveness is increasingly intense, it is essential to value and support local companies that drive innovation, create employment, and contribute to the economic development of Spain. The #TecnologíasQueHacenPaís are a fundamental pillar in this regard, as they strengthen our ability to compete in the global market and position us as leaders in various technological sectors. By joining this campaign, we reaffirm our commitment to technological development in Spain and to creating a business environment favorable to innovation and sustainable growth. From our headquarters in Euskadi, we work tirelessly on developing mobility solutions that improve people's quality of life and contribute to societal progress. We invite other Spanish companies to join this initiative and collaborate in building a solid and dynamic business ecosystem that drives the economic and technological development of our country. Together, we can build a more prosperous and sustainable future for all. Join the #TecnologíasQueHacenPaís campaign and support the companies that make Spain a reference in innovation and technology!

  • Developing Brain Resilience: Brain Kinetic Training at Movex Clinics - GOGOA

    In a medical setting where finding effective solutions for neurological challenges is a constant priority, serious games with virtual reality emerge as promising tools. This innovative approach, which merges physical activity with cognitive challenges, has sparked significant interest in the healthcare field. The study conducted by Mr. Komarudin at the University of Education of Indonesia sheds light on the effectiveness of this methodology, especially in the sports context, where each cognitive improvement can make a difference. Serious games with virtual reality, far from being a simple exercise routine, are a methodology that merges the science of neuroplasticity with the practice of virtual exercises. Its goal is to stimulate both the body and the mind, challenging the brain with movements and unconventional activities to promote adaptation and neuronal development. Essentially, this approach seeks to activate brain plasticity, which is the brain's ability to reorganize and form new connections in response to experience and learning. This is achieved through exercises that challenge motor skills, coordination, and cognition, all at the same time. Komarudin's study, which involved 40 soccer athletes from UPI, focused on evaluating how serious games with virtual reality impact cognitive functions. By dividing participants into two groups, one subjected to serious games with virtual reality and the other to conventional training methods, the results highlighted significant improvements in concentration and intelligence among athletes who followed serious games with virtual reality. For Movex Clinics, a pioneering institution in robotic neurorehabilitation, Komarudin's findings represent a significant breakthrough. By adopting serious games with virtual reality as an innovative therapeutic tool, we have witnessed tangible improvements in the quality of life of our patients. The combination of physical movement with cognitive challenges has proven to be especially effective in neurological rehabilitation, where restoring brain functions is crucial for complete recovery. In our clinics, we have witnessed how serious games with virtual reality have driven significant improvements in coordination, attention, and decision-making among our patients. From those battling neurodegenerative diseases to those recovering from neuromuscular injuries, we have seen the transformative power of this methodology in our patients' lives. By incorporating serious games with virtual reality into our rehabilitation programs, we have been able to offer a comprehensive approach that addresses both the physical and cognitive needs of our patients. However, while we celebrate the achievements obtained so far, we recognize that there is still much to discover in the world of serious games with virtual reality. More research is needed to fully understand the mysteries of this methodology and determine its effectiveness in different contexts and populations. At the Movex Living Lab, we are committed to leading the way in this exciting area and to continue providing hope and tangible improvements to our patients through innovation and unwavering dedication to excellence in neurological healthcare.

  • An Evolutionary Leap: Gogoa's HANK and BELK+ Exoskeletons, Inspired by Biomimicry

    In the fascinating world of industrial design, where creativity and functionality converge to create cutting-edge solutions, Gogoa's HANK and BELK+ exoskeletons stand out as true masterpieces of engineering and aesthetics. These devices not only represent a technological advancement but also embody a deep connection with nature, inspired by the majesty and elegance of horse forelegs. Gogoa, a pioneering company in the field of biomedical engineering and robotic neurorehabilitation, has taken its commitment to innovation a step further by incorporating principles of biomimicry and biomimetism into the design of its exoskeletons. While these concepts are often used interchangeably, they have distinct nuances that are worth exploring to fully grasp the depth of Gogoa's design approach. Biomimicry, also known as innovative design inspired by nature, involves seeking creative solutions that mimic patterns and processes found in nature. On the other hand, biomimetism involves innovation inspired by nature, using biological and ecological principles as a source of creativity and effectiveness. In the case of Gogoa's exoskeletons, the company has not only borrowed visual elements from horse forelegs but has also integrated biomechanical and structural principles into the design of its products, creating devices that are not only aesthetically striking but also highly functional and ergonomic. The choice of horses as a source of inspiration for the HANK and BELK+ exoskeletons is not accidental. These noble animals, symbols of power, agility, and elegance, represent the culmination of millions of years of biomechanical evolution. Horse forelegs, in particular, are perfect examples of efficient and functional design in nature. By emulating the shape and structure of these legs, Gogoa has not only created visually impressive devices but has also optimized functionality and comfort for users. Behind the innovative design of Gogoa's exoskeletons is a multidisciplinary team of designers, engineers, and biomechanics experts who work closely together to blend aesthetics with functionality harmoniously. This collaborative approach allows Gogoa to leverage the lessons that nature has to offer while integrating the latest technologies and manufacturing techniques to create products that not only meet but exceed expectations. In summary, Gogoa's HANK and BELK+ exoskeletons represent a milestone in industrial design, where technology and nature converge to create products that are more than just tools: they are symbols of a shared vision of harmony and progress. With these devices, Gogoa is not only setting the standards for excellence in the assistive technology industry but also demonstrating the power of nature-inspired design to drive innovation and change. In a world where aesthetics and functionality are equally important, Gogoa has proven to be an undisputed leader, paving the way for a future where technology and nature work together in perfect harmony. - exoesqueletos hank belk+ gogoa biomímesis

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