|SOPHIA4: String-Operated Planar Haptic Interface for rehAbilitation|
The planar cable-driven robot is a therapy device conceived for the rehabilitation treatment of the upper limb of post-stroke patients in the chronic phase. The robot employs four cables to produce a planar force on the end effector, which is held by the patient during the execution of the exercise. Most common planar exercises can be implemented (passive, active and active-assistive). The working space is optimized to enhance the force exertion capabilities of the device.
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|D. Zanotto, G. Rosati, S. Minto, and A. Rossi|
|Sophia-3: a semi-adaptive cable-driven rehabilitation device with tilting working plane|
|IEEE Transactions on Robotics, 30(4):974-979, 6746658, 2014|
|G. Rosati, D. Zanotto, R. Secoli, and A. Rossi|
|Design and control of two planar cable-driven robots for upper-limb neurorehabilitation|
|In Proceedings of the IEEE 11th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics ICORR2009, pages 560–565, Kyoto, Japan, June 23-26 2009|
|G. Rosati, R. Secoli, D. Zanotto, A. Rossi, and G. Boschetti|
|Planar robotic systems for upper-limb post-stroke rehabilitation|
|In Proceedings of the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition IMECE 2008, Boston, MA, USA, Oct 31 - Nov 6 2008|
|G. Rosati, J. E. Bobrow, and D. J. Reinkensmeyer|
|Compliant control of post-stroke rehabilitation robots: using movement-specific models to improve controller performance|
|In Proceedings of the ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition IMECE 2008, Boston, MA, USA, Oct 31 - Nov 6 2008||