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Tech Natives Event #3: "Mobile, wearable, smart tech" - MICHAEL RUSSOLD

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  • 1. mobile, wearable, smart tech TechNatives Vienna, 21st October 2013 TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 1
  • 2. Who am I? Michael Friedrich Russold Nationality Austrian Education Kindergarten primary school: VS Stadl/Mur secondary school: Gymnasium Tamsweg HTL Nachrichtentechnik Dipl.-Ing. Elektrotechnik TU-Wien PhD, Human Anatomy & Cell Biology, University Liverpool PostDoc, Rehabilitation Research Center, University Sydney Current Job Otto Bock Heatlhcare Products GmbH Experience 13+ years TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 and counting 2
  • 3. Which technologies popped up within the last years? ???????????? Smart Textiles: conductive, functional, shape remebering, sensing Electronics: wireless technologies & Software: mobile computing, µC-platforms cloud applications touch screens Materials: Nanotubes, Motors, Gearing, CAD/CAM thin-film systems 3D printing Regulatory: 14791, 60601-1.1 edII(I), 60601-2-10 edII(I), 13485, 62304, 82304, 10993, CE, FDA, C-tick, Canadian registration… TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 3
  • 4. (Why) do they matter? Do they matter in our field???? Medical Device development 1. You don‘t know what you don‘t know 2. Regulatory Red Tape can be avoided by being smart 3. Work with experienced partners with trusted relationships only 4. Documentation, Documentation and more Documentation TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 4
  • 5. How does mobile, wearable, smart tech impact the audience? hopefully never, in my field How do you apply the technologies in your field of business? Case studies TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 5
  • 6. The most famous prosthesis of them all What the media presents TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 6
  • 7. Control and Mechanics of Prosthetic Devices Human arm vs. prosthetic device upper extremity human Commercial prosthesis •  Human anatomy •  Mechanics – 20+ DOF (incl. hand) •  perfect control – maximum 4-6 DOF •  Control – life-long learning phase – sequential control – proprioception – pattern recognition with simultaneous control emerging – Feedback – force – temperature – humidity – no proprioception – no Feedback, although field of interest in research – …............ TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 7
  • 8. Revolutionizing Prosthetics (DARPA) Results Challenge Outcome •  Upper extremity MPL (modular prosthetic limb) John Hopkins University – 20+ DOF – perceived low weight – intutitive control – feedback Homo Orthobionicus II | Michael Russold | 25.06.13 © Otto Bock HealthCare 8
  • 9. Revolutionizing Prosthetics (DARPA) Results Outcome MPL (modular prosthetic limb) John Hopkins University Deka Arm Homo Orthobionicus II | Michael Russold | 25.06.13 © Otto Bock HealthCare 9
  • 10. Revolutionizing Prosthetics (DARPA) Results Outcome MPL (modular prosthetic limb) John Hopkins University Deka Arm be bionic (finger movement, 14 grip patterns) i Limb (finger movement) ottobock system TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 10
  • 11. State of the Art Technology Is there anything missing? How to control your arm in daily life •  type of control: sequential/simultaneous •  # of signals required •  external factors •  Functionality? -  How much is required? TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 11
  • 12. Control and resulting challenges TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 12
  • 13. Movement and Control pattern recognition Below Elbow amputation •  multiple electrodes on forearm Above Elbow amputation •  biceps & triceps available → number of signals (very) limited •  extra DOF in elbow required Shoulder exarticulation •  extra DOF in shoulder required •  no signals available without surgery → TMR TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 13
  • 14. Movement and Control Pattern recognition II TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 14
  • 15. Movement and Control Pattern recognition III TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 15
  • 16. Movement and Control pattern recognition IV •  can be done •  limited by space for electrodes and •  number of signals available •  suffers all drawbacks of surface EMG TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 16
  • 17. Movement and Control Implanted Sensors IMES (Bion) UTAH Slant Array tfLife, FINE, sieve electrodes TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 17
  • 18. Movement and Control Implanted Sensors IMES (Bion) UTAH Slant Array tfLife, FINE, sieve electrodes TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 18
  • 19. Movement and Control Implanted Sensors IMES (Bion) UTAH Slant Array tfLife, FINE, sieve electrode TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 19
  • 20. Movement and Control Implanted Sensors IMES (Bion) UTAH Slant Array tfLife, FINE, sieve electrode TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 20
  • 21. Movement and Control Implanted Sensors IMES UTAH Slant Array tfLife, Fine, sieve electrode TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 21
  • 22. Movement and Control Implanted Sensors •  International research topic •  muscle electrodes are proven designs •  nerve interfaces are difficult to control •  mechanical stability is difficult to achieve TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 22
  • 23. Movement and Control Implanted Systems NNP (networked neural prosthesis) Cleveland FES Center Ripple Inc. Myoplant German research project TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 23
  • 24. Movement and Control Implanted Systems NNP (networked neural prosthesis) Cleveland FES Center Ripple Inc. Myoplant German research project TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 24
  • 25. Movement and Control Implanted Systems NNP (networked neural prosthesis) Cleveland FES Center Ripple Inc. Myoplant German research project TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 25
  • 26. Movement and Control Implanted Systems NNP (networked neural prosthesis) Cleveland FES Center Ripple Inc. Myoplant German research project TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 26
  • 27. mobile, wearable, smart tech Conclusion •  devices are mobile and wearable •  they are (very) smart-tech •  perfect integration difficult •  control not always easy to achieve •  regulatory red tape is difficult to handle •  we do document a lot! TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 27
  • 28. too complicated?! keywords: Arduino prosthetic arm & InMoov project TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 © Otto Bock HealthCare 28
  • 29. Questions ??????????????? www.ottobock.com M. Russold TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 29
  • 30. Movement & Control sequential control Below elbow amputation function muscles used movement Fingers open and close Wrist extensors and flexors Open – extensors Close – flexors Wrist rotation Wrist extensors and flexors CW – extensors CCW – flexors Change of movement TechNatives | Michael Russold | Okt. 2013 Co-contraction 30