Uniqueness and Competitive Advantages:
- Real-time algorithms are used to determine whether the targeted lower limb muscles are activated by the user’s voluntary intention at the correct cycling phase.
- Users with different muscle strengths and qualities can use our NMES cycling system, as EMG thresholds and maximum stimulation intensities are both individually adjusted.
- Therapists can choose any combination of the four lower limb muscles that requires active participation during the rehabilitative training.
- Smart filtering and data processing algorithms within our closed-loop control are used to remove stimulation artifacts and to improve surface EMG signal quality.
- More than 50 scenery videos from 29 different countries are provided, and the video speed can be modulated with the cycling speed to enhance user experience.
- Currently in use in 7 elderly/rehabilitation centres, and will be expanded to 14 in 2020
Electromyographic (EMG) signals collected on the surfaces of four lower limb muscles