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2021
29 Nov 2021

Robotics and Artificial Intelligence to Improve Health Rehabilitation

Researchers have developed a robotic device that provides an innovative motor and cognitive rehabilitation service that can be used at health centres as well as at home. The team has developed a platform made up of four elements: a robot that interacts with the patient, an artificial intelligence system that uses a 3D sensor to control the robot, an application that can be used by health care staff to set up and track sessions, and a cloud-based storage system which contains information and analytics from all of the rehabilitation processes.
2019
18 Jul 2019

Teaching a humanoid robot to communicate in sign language

For a robot to be able to "learn" sign language, it is necessary to combine different areas of engineering such as artificial intelligence, neural networks and artificial vision, as well as underactuated robotic hands.
25 Jun 2019

Drones for early detection of forest fires

Researchers have developed a sustainable innovation pilot project for early detection and prevention of forest fires through drone technology.
2017
27 Apr 2017

BioDan

IDTechEx analyst Nadia Tsao interviewed BioDan CEO Alfredo Brisac on April 27, 2017. BioDan is a Spanish company focussed on using 3D bioprinting of skin for pharmaceutical testing and regenerative medicine.
25 Jan 2017

Scientists create a 3D bioprinter to print human skin

Scientists have presented a prototype for a 3D bioprinter that can create totally functional human skin.
2015
11 Jun 2015

Calcium batteries might be more powerful than lithium batteries

Jean-Yves Sánchez researches the development of calcium batteries that can compete with lithium batteries.
2014
30 Oct 2014

Intelligent materials that work in space

ARQUIMEA has spent eight years developing revolutionary new technology that uses intelligent materials that hold a spacecraft's movable parts during the launch and then release them once it is in orbit without having to use pyrotechnics.