Fourier Intelligence รูปร่างอนาคตของเทคโนโลยีฟื้นฟูสุขภาพที่งานแสดงเทคโนโลยี 2023 ณ ประเทศจีน

BEIJING, CHINA, 22nd November 2023 – Fourier Intelligence, a global technology company specialising in
rehabilitation robotics and artificial intelligence, was recently invited to
participate in one of China’s most prominent conferences – The Beijing
Rehabilitation Medicine Annual Conference. Held at the Beijing National
Convention Centre, the event is considered a distinguished congregation point
for experts, scholars, and core enterprises in the rehabilitation industry,
where they gather to discuss and share new insights and technologies.

The two-day conference aims to elevate
research standards, fostering deeper collaboration and integrating
rehabilitation technology in the country. Fourier Intelligence, renowned for
its commitment to innovation, was honoured to showcase its dynamic range of
rehabilitation solutions, focusing on upper, lower, balance and movement. With
a global presence and over 2,000 installations worldwide, Fourier Intelligence
provides cutting-edge solutions in rehabilitation, aiming to empower therapists
and patients alike.

Picture 1:
Attendees experiencing the ArmMotus™ EMU, a 3D Upper Limb Rehabilitation
Robotics that simulates task-based training, catering to different
rehabilitation needs. Recently awarded the 2023 IERA Awards.

Among its diverse range of rehabilitation
robotics solutions on display, the ArmMotus™ EMU was one of the key attractions.
Functioning as a three-dimensional upper limb rehabilitation robot, the
ArmMotus™ EMU uses an innovative cable-driven technology and lightweight carbon
fibre materials to reduce friction during therapy. Simulating the arm support
from a therapist with its force feedback technology, the device allows the
therapist to focus on other tasks while allowing the patient to complete
three-dimensional upper limb movement control and training.

Picture 2: The
ExoMotus™ M4 Lower Limb Exoskeleton with integrated balancing support frame for
gait training.

Catering for the lower limbs, the ExoMotus™ M4, also the 2022 IF
Design Awards winner, turned heads with its body-weight support frame. Unlike
other exoskeletons that require patients to have upper body strength and use
crutches, the device has a vertical degree of freedom that allows users to
practice ambulation with a natural gait pattern. With an ergonomic balance
frame and multiple harnesses for added safety, patients can confidently engage
in therapy without fear of falling, which can often hinder recovery.

Picture 3: Combined with biomechanics
and assessment, the PelmaMotus™ can accurately and quickly assess the
functional status of the foot, posture, and balance.

Further diversifying its portfolio of
advanced rehabilitation robotics and AI, the PelmaMotus™ focuses on balance
assessment and training by adopting a large area of pressure sensor array,
high-speed acquisition circuit, and intelligent analysis software. Combined
with biomechanics and assessment database, PelmaMotus™ can accurately and
quickly assess the functional status of the foot, posture, and balance. It also
provides targeted, immersive, and interactive gamified training.

“Collaboration is key to advancing the
rehabilitation industry, as it enables industry partners to forge closer ties to
share knowledge and technology for the betterment of the sector. We welcome
opportunities to participate in such conferences to share knowledge and build
bridges between academics and industry players to drive innovation within the
field,” said Zen Koh, Co-Founder and Global CEO of Fourier Intelligence.

With the advancements in robotics & AI,
the rehabilitation technology industry is set to enhance the treatment process
for patients and therapies. This will allow for more efficient and innovative
methods in the coming years.

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