Human Motion and Control

Flexible Displacement Sensors Improve Medical Diagnostics

Over the last few years, advances in the Internet of Things have led to some incredible technological breakthroughs across multiple industries. Leveraging concepts like advanced condition...
On January 20, 2017

Vanderbilt's Dr. Goldfarb Discusses Indego and the Future of Rehabilitative Technology

Dr. Michael Goldfarb is the H. Fort Flowers Chair in Mechanical Engineering and Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Vanderbilt University. Dr. Goldfarb developed the exoskeleton with...
On November 11, 2013

Human Motion and Control - Exoskeleton Insight From Dr. Ryan Farris

Dr. Ryan Farris began working on exoskeleton technology as a student at Vanderbilt University’s Center for Intelligent Mechatronics. He is a co-inventor of the Indego exoskeleton and Engineering...
On November 8, 2013

Indego® is the Real 'Elysium' for Human Motion and Control

For people with parapalegia, the promise of companies developing powered exoskeletons that will afford them a new level of independence is not just with movie entertainment.  Parker Hannifin...
On August 26, 2013