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Exoskeletons and Wearable Robots: current practice and future perspectives in automotive, aviation, construction, health care, logistics, manufacturing
April 23, 2020 @ 8:00 am - April 24, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
Why attend this event?
The Exoskeletons and Wearable Robots: current practice and future perspectives event is an excellent opportunity to network, build future collaborations and business partnerships. Meet leading expert in the field, as well as experienced and aspiring users of wearable robots and exoskeletons, and their developers.
- Unique opportunity to test wearable robotic devices
- Live demonstrations of technologies
- Presentations from leading experts
- Receive first-hand experience from different applications
- Follow current trends and challenges at an international level
- Expand your professional network
- Establish contacts for long-term partnerships
Who should attend this event?
This event will give you valuable insights into the world of wearable robotics if you are interested in how these devices could be implemented in your organisation to support your employees with lifting and carrying tasks and overall postural support.
- Operational and line managers
- Experts of working activities and conditions
- HR safety employees
- Industry representatives
- Healthcare managers
- Doctors and therapists
- Wearable robotics technology developers
- Exoskeleton service providers
- Investment professionals
The Exoskeletons and Wearable Robots: current practice and future perspectives event is co-organised by the COST Action network CA16116 – Wearable Robots for Augmentation, Assistance or Substitution of Human Motor Functions and accelopment AG, a Swiss based company specialised in EU funded research and innovation projects and Tecnalia, a benchmark Research and Technological Development Centre
Julia Götz – Main contact for Exoskeletons and Wearable Robots: current practice and future perspectives,
Project Manager Communications, accelopment AG
Jeanette Müller – CEO, accelopment AG, email@example.com
Co-organisers from the COST Action Working Group 3 – Application-domains
Simona Crea – Assistant professor, The BioRobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, firstname.lastname@example.org
Danijela Ristic-Durrant – Institute of Automation, University of Bremen, email@example.com
Je Hyung Jung – PhD, Tecnalia Research & Innovation, firstname.lastname@example.org
Juan C. Moreno – Neural Rehabilitation Group, Cajal Institute CSIC, email@example.com
Leonard O’Sullivan – Senior lecturer in Ergonomics and Human Factors, Design Factors Research Group at the University of Limerick, firstname.lastname@example.org
Gerdienke Prange – Human Movement Scientist, Roessingh Research and Development, email@example.com
Leendert Schaake – Laboratory manager / Biomedical Engineer Roessingh Research and Development, firstname.lastname@example.org
Diego Torricelli – Neural Rehabilitation Group, Cajal Institute CSIC, email@example.com
Jan Veneman – Chair of the COST Action CA16116 – Wearable Robots for Augmentation, Assistance or Substitution of Human Motor Functions, firstname.lastname@example.org