Exhibitors 2021


EMG 3D printed prosthesys

EMG 3D printed prosthesys

We have developed a man-machine interface consisting of electromigraphic sensors, data acquisition system and AI capable of interpreting signals. The electrical signal that starts from the brain and reaches the muscles to be innervated, where the probes are placed, is then taken from the forearm.
Thanks to machine learning algorithms, we process the biopotentials and classify them and then drive the prosthesis which has been entirely 3D printed, thus reducing production costs.




EMG 3D printed prosthesys

ExMAH

ExMAH is a student team of the Polytechnic of Turin, born at the end of 2018. We have always based our activities on "learning by doing", cultivating our technical skills and soft skills. This is also thanks to the multi-disciplinary nature of our group which sees members from many Engineering courses, such as that of Biomechanics, Mechanics, Computer Science, Data Science, Biomedical Instrumentation.



 Research
  ExMAH
 2021

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