Atlas by Japet is a mobile, powered, medical exoskeleton for lower back pain. It can be used for rehabilitation of patients suffering from chronic back pain. Because of its small size and smartphone connectivity, the Atlas can be used by outpatients and followed-up by a prescribing physician. Most back pain devices try to dull the pain, however, this exoskeleton physically removes some of the compression on the lower spine.
Mechanically, the Atlas is a powered exoskeleton with four motors, two on each side. There are two internal belts that connect the four actuators. In addition, there is a matrix of sensors that monitors the user’s movement. The controller is located on the back of the device. The entire system is both compact and innovative.
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