National Instruments: Hyundai Wearable Robotics for Walking Assistance
The Central Advanced Research and Engineering Institute at Hyundai Motor Company develops future mobility technologies. Rather than provide conventional vehicle products to customers, this research center creates new mobility devices with a wide range of speeds for a variety of people, including the elderly and the disabled. As our society ages, there is a greater need for systems that can aid mobility. Thus, we are developing wearable exoskeleton robots with NI embedded controllers for the elderly and patients with spinal cord injuries to use.Key ChallengeDeveloping a system that can handle complex control algorithms to capture data remotely from various sensors simultaneously and perform real-time control of multiple actuators for a wearable robotics device for walking assistance.
National Instruments: Controlling and Monitoring Microgrids
Microgrid topologies offer several advantages over large traditional grids including increased resiliency and easier integration of distributed renewables. However, some challenges such as maintaining scalability and interoperability between diffferent vendors and connectivity protocol standards are challenges that have to be overcome in order to reap the benefits of such a system.
National Instruments: Smart Turf Harvesting Machine
Delivering a high-performance, automated turf harvester that reliably and efficiently palletizes turf in a variety of farming conditions while increasing farm productivity, reducing machine operating costs, and providing a secure Internet gateway to remotely monitor and control the turf harvester.
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