Robot arms in care. To support disabled people, we see robot arms that are mounted on a wheelchair or robotic arms that can assist with eating.
Robot arm on a wheelchair
This robot arm has been developed to help people who have no or very few arm or hand functions. Such a robot arm is often mounted on an electric wheelchair and controlled by the person in the wheelchair. People who use a robot arm can suddenly eat, drink and take care of themselves, but they can also go shopping, work and do hobbies. This greatly increases your self-reliance and independence.
Supporting with food
Robotarm can also be an addition for people who are unable to eat and drink on their own. Users have significant limitations in arm and hand function and are unable to independently remove food from a plate and bring it to the mouth or bring drink to the mouth without the use of an aid. The robot arm supports this.