Supporting Our Mission
Humotech is part of a large community of organizations and individuals including academic, government, and commercial laboratories, and researchers, healthcare professionals, and end-users. We are committed to developing strategic partnerships with leading organizations and individuals mutually dedicated to pursuing new and better solutions.
We would like to thank our partners for their continued support. Below is a section of some of our key partners.
We work with Dr. Philippe Malcolm and Dr. Kota Takahashi from the Department of Biomechanics at the University of Nebraska Omaha.
We work with Dr. Karl Zelik who directs the Biomechanics and Assistive Technologies (BAT) Lab in the Center for Rehabilitation Engineering and Assistive Technology (CREATE) at Vanderbilt University.
We work with Dr. Greg Sawicki who directs the Physiology of Wearable Robotics Laboratory (PoWeR) and Dr. Aaron Young who directs the Exoskeleton and Prosthetic Intelligent Controls (EPIC) Lab at the Georgia Institute of Technology.
We work with Dr. Myunghee Kim who directs the Rehabilitation Robotics Laboratory at the University of Illinois Chicago.
We work with Dr. David Morgenroth at the Puget Sound VA Center for Limb Loss and MoBility (CLiMB) and University of Washington.
We work with Dr. Andrew Hansen at the VA Minneapolis Adaptive Design & Engineering (MADE) Program and University of Minnesota.
We use Avient’s Gordon Composites materials for compliance in our wearable devices. See Humotech Case Study.
We use FUTEK load cells and signal conditioners for all of our force measurement needs. See Application Note 167.
The brains of our emulator systems are written in MATLAB/Simulink. See Humotech User Story and Startup Short.
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