Meet the Full-Sized Caplex System
The Full-Sized Caplex System is the ideal hardware and software platform for exploring, developing, and testing the benefits of wearable assistance, training/rehabilitation, and augmentation strategies. Powered and controlled by off-board actuation and control systems, Caplex provides exceptional performance and versatility to meet even the most challenging requirements. The platform is tried-and-true—thanks to years of experience with our customers and their invaluable feedback—and ever-expanding, given a constantly growing user base that challenges us in new ways.
The modularity of the platform enables us to meet your unique needs without lengthy custom-development cycles—so even if we don’t have what you need off the shelf, we can develop plugins quickly and efficiently. In our burgeoning field, leveraging the prior work of others and collaborating effectively is more important than ever, requiring a common development platform to facilitate easy communication of ideas and translatability of work products. We welcome you to join our growing and supportive community as we innovate together toward a world where prosthetics, orthotics, exoskeletons, and other wearable robotics are more ubiquitous, more helpful, and more cost-effective than ever before.
- Wearable device(s) used by the individual whose mobility is being affected by the system
- Off-board floor-standing actuators featuring high-power, three-phase industrial servomotors providing practically limitless torque and speed to meet the needs of projects with challenging performance requirements; easily expandable to control as many axes as you need
- Off-board benchtop or rack-mounted control system including high-performance real-time control software and hardware to read and process sensor signals and compute motor commands with out-of-the-box control algorithms or your custom versions, with easily expandable I/O to interface with any sensors or other systems you need to communicate with
- Tether(s) which transmit(s) the electrical signals and mechanical actuation via bowden cable(s) between the off-board components and the wearable device(s)