Emerging Trends and Innovations in Biomechatronics (Technical Insights)

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A detailed assessment of the emerging trends and innovations in the field of biomechatronics.

Table of Contents

Emerging Trends and Innovations in Biomechatronics (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryScope and MethodologyScope of the Research ServiceResearch MethodologyKey FindingsNoteworthy Emerging Technologies and TrendsNoteworthy ApplicationsEmerging Trends and Innovations in Biomechatronics (Technical Insights), Technology and Applications ViewpointTechnology PrimerBiomedical Engineering and BiomechatronicsProsthetics and OrthoticsRehabilitative and Assistive RoboticsCybernetics TechnologyNeuro-Robotics TechnologyAssessment of Technology and Application TrendsBiologically Inspired Biomechatronic DesignsThe Role of the Myoelectric ProsthesisPowered Prosthetic Devices--The Most Recent DevelopmentAccessing the Human Brain for ProstheticsAdvancements in Assistive and Rehabilitation RoboticsBionic Devices that Enable Vision and HearingMedical Micromechatronic Devices and their ManufactureBiomechatronics--State of Technology AdvancementEmerging Trends and Innovations in Biomechatronics (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption Factor and AnalysisAnalysis of Technology DriversImplications of the War and Permanent Disabilities Phenomenal Improvement in Quality of LifeTechnological Advances in Electronic Devices and BiomaterialsAnalysis of Technology ChallengesCost of High Tech Prosthetic DevicesTechnical and Clinical HurdlesEthical Issues related to Advanced ProstheticsEmerging Trends and Innovations in Biomechatronics (Technical Insights), Assessment of Global Innovation and OpportunitiesGlobal R&D Developments in BiomechatronicsDevelopment of Cybernetic Hand Prosthesis--CYBERHANDBiomechatronics Research at the University of Twente--NetherlandsMassachusetts Institute of Technology--Biomechatronics GroupDextra Artificial Hand Being Developed by Rutgers University and Nian-Crae Inc.Prosthetic Devices Developed by University of Utah BioengineeringThe Berkeley Lower Extremity Exoskeleton (BLEEX)Neurobotics Research at Carnegie Mellon UniversityScuola Superiore Sant’Anna-Italy at the Forefront of Biomechatronics ResearchBiomechatronics and the Cyborg ProjectProsthetic Bionics and InnovationsHuman Bionics Innovations Poised to be RevolutionaryThe World's Most Advanced Knee Prosthetic DevicesBionics Research and Prosthetic Devices by Otto BockMicroprocessor-Controlled Prosthetic ArmAdaptive Knee Promises Enhanced StabilityRehabilitative Robots Enhance Quality of LifeAn Artificial Retina to Treat Vision Loss in Patients with Macular DiseasesReconnecting Brain to Limb through Brain-Computer Interface ResearchEmerging Trends and Innovations in Biomechatronics (Technical Insights), Key Patents and Database of Key Industry ParticipantsKey PatentsUS PatentsPatents from Rest of the WorldDatabase of Key Industry ParticipantsCorporateAcademic and Research OrganizationsEmerging Trends and Innovations in Biomechatronics (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan 2006 Science and Technology AwardsExcellence in TechnologyAward DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology InnovationAward DescriptionAward RecipientEmerging Trends and Innovations in Biomechatronics (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDatabase TablesWorld Government Healthcare Expenditure (1999-2006)World Total Population Aged 65 Years and above (1999-2006)World Prevalence of Multiple Sclerosis (1999-2006)World Prevalence of Stroke (1999-2006)World Incidence of Stroke (1999-2006)




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