ROREAS - Robotic Rehabilitation Assistant for Stroke Patients





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Published on May 11, 2016

This video shows the results of the German research project ROREAS* (Robotic Rehabilitation Assistant for Stroke Patients) running from 2013 to 2016, which aimed at developing a robotic rehabilitation assistant for walking and orientation exercising in self-training during clinical stroke follow-up care. This requires strongly user-centered, polite and attentive social navigation and interaction behaviors that can motivate the patients to start, continue, and regularly repeat their self-training. (Video copyright: Andreas Reuther)

*Funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research BMBF (grant agreement no. 16SV6133)

Project partners: 1) MetraLabs GmbH Ilmenau, 2) TU Ilmenau, Cognitive Robotics Lab, 3) m&i Fachklinik Bad Liebenstein, 4) SIBIS Institut für Sozialforschung GmbH Berlin, 5) Barmer GEK

Relevant publications:
1) Gross, H.-M., Debes, K., Einhorn, E., Müller, St., Scheidig, A., Weinrich, Ch., Bley, A., Martin, Ch. "Mobile Robotic Rehabilitation Assistant for Walking and Orientation Training of Stroke Patients: A Report on Work in Progress." in: Proc. IEEE Int. Conf. on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC 2014), pp. 1880-1887

2) Gross, H.-M., Scheidig, A., Debes, K., Einhorn, E., Eisenbach, M., Müller, St., Schmiedel, Th., Trinh, T., Weinrich, Ch., Wengefeld, T. Bley, A., Martin, Ch. "ROREAS - Robot Coach for Walking and Orientation Training in Clinical Post-Stroke Rehabilitation: Prototype Implementation and Evaluation in Fields Trials". in
Autonomous Robots, Springer 2016

3) Gross, H.-M., Scheidig, A., Eisenbach, M., Trinh, Th. Q., Wengefeld, T. "Assistenzrobotik für die Gesundheitsassistenz - ein Beitrag zur Evaluierung der Praxistauglichkeit am Beispiel eines mobilen Reha-Roboters". in: German AAL Conference 2016, pp. 58-67, VDE Verlag 2016

Website in German: www.roreas.org


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