Robotics for rehabilitation medical care

This is total awesomeness! The application of robotics to assist those subject to physical disabilities:

It’s not only engineers who work in robotics

Source: It’s not only engineers who work in robotics | Robohub

My wife recently retired from nursing. She had worked as a Certified Rehabilitation Registered Nurse, working with spinal cord injury patients, and sometimes with traumatic brain injury patients. She tells me that tremendous advances are  being made toward spinal cord regrowth and repair – this is still a ways out but is another exciting development for those with these types of injuries.

‘Industry 4.0’ made possible by #IOT

Source: ‘Industry 4.0’ comes to B.C.: Smart machines and Internet of Things change the workplace

IOT changes everything for service and industrial businesses. As described at the link, IOT enables smarter machines/automation. But it also means deploying sensors throughout a “work environment” to monitor and detect safety issues, to identify productivity issues, to detect quality problems, to optimize production and much more.

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