Asier Brull Mesanza :: Projects

VIRTUAL SENSORS FOR ANOMALY DETECTIONS IN PEOPLE WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

  • Lead researcher: Asier Zubizarreta Picó - (01/09/2021 - 31/08/2024)
  • Funding body: Ministerio de Ciencia e Innovación (Proyectos de I+D+i, Reto

The main challenge of this approach is to characterize the state of the patient in a given time, so that the Virtual Sensor is able to detect slight variations in this state. The final goal is to provide therapists with information that allows them to adapt easily the rehabilitation therapies, so that their efficiency is maximized, which will impact on the quality of life of patients.

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Smart Tip for Gait Functional Diagnosis in Multiple Sclerosis Patients (DPI2017-82694-R)

  • Lead researcher: Asier Zubizarreta Picó - (01/01/2018 - 31/07/2021)
  • Funding body: Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation

This project focuses on the development of an intelligent tip for the monitoring and diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients. The data adquired by this device is intended to be used for diagnosis purposes, offering objective data that can be used to optimize and adapt the rehabilitation therapy to the particular state of each patient, which will lead to the improvement of his/her life quality. MS is one of the neurological diseases with more impact in society (40000 patients in Spain), due to: 1) the average...

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Real-time position-strengh control based on elastic models for high performance applications of parallel robots. Control de posición-fuerza en tiempo real basados en modelos elásticos para aplicaciones de alto rendimiento de los robots paralelos (DPI2012-32882)

  • Lead researcher: Itziar Cabanes Axpe - (01/01/2013 - 31/12/2016)
  • Funding body: Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiviness

Parallel robots have proven to be the best alternative for dynamic high performance applications in which we need to manipulate powerful changes, apply controlled forces efficiently or move objects at high speed. For this, we require a correct mechanical design as well as an adequate controller that can be executed on real-time. Thus, the aim of the project is to develop specific control techniques for parallel robots in high dynamic performance applications.

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