Advanced Pattern recognition Technology for Multi Articulating Prosthesis (APTMAP)

Lead Participant: Touch Bionics Limited

Abstract

Touch Bionics in collaboration with University of Strathclyde proposes to produce a brain- machine interface software and hardware solution providing upper limb amputees with a fully independent multi-articulating 5 digit prosthesis with advanced muscle signals to providing intuitive control.

Lead Participant

Project Cost

Grant Offer

Touch Bionics Limited, LIVINGSTON £519,969 £ 135,000
 

Participant

University of Strathclyde Viz Royal College of Science & Technology, Glasgow £251,003 £ 251,003

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