Initial research in healthcare robotics


GlobalhealthUSA Healthcare Robotics
GlobalhealthUSA robotic solutions is driven by societal needs and economics. Healthcare robots must provide fast patient recovery and assistance 24/7. Our devices are smart and connected to the cloud. They help lower costs to society by decreasing impact on families and caregivers.
Goals:

  • Use in-home for motivating and coaching physical and cognitive exercise for prevention and rehabilitation
  • caretaking of the elderly to promote aging in place (i.e., at home), delay the onset of dementia, and provide companionship to mitigate isolation and depression.

Connection to the internet
Connecting our robotic systems to the internet allows the patient to have video visits from physicians, family and friends.
Movement Therapy and Assistance

  • Over 25% of U.S. population has some functional physical limitation that affects normal living
  • 6.5M people in the US have had a stroke (by 2050, cost projected to be $2.2 Trillion)

Initial solutions:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Alzheimer’s Disease, and Dementia
  • Rehabilitation (movement therapy

Plan to work with NASA’s Robonaut 2 Technology Suite

Researchers at NASA's Johnson Space Center (JSC), in collaboration with General Motors and Oceaneering, have designed a state-of-the-art, highly dexterous, humanoid robot: Robonaut 2 (R2). R2 is made up of multiple component technologies and systems -- vision systems, image recognition systems, sensor integrations, tendon hands, control algorithms, and much more. R2's nearly 50 patented and patent-pending technologies have the potential to be game-changers in multiple industries, including logistics and distribution, medical and industrial robotics, and beyond.