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1 S P R I N T Smart mobility devices for improved mobility and independent living

2 The problem •Ageing •Decrease of people between 20 and 64 years old Population according to age groups

3 •Elderly loose mobility, physical condition and independency  increase of needed care •Decrease of young people and healthy elderly  less manpower in care •Yearly 2 hrs more work for healthcare professionals The problem

4 Ageing  Neuropathy   balance capacities   frequency of falling   hip fractures, hospital admittance and dependency The problem

5 SPRINT Vision •Improve mobility  independency and quality of life  •More efficient health care by a shift from intramural to extramural health care •More efficient health care by patient-driven approach

6 SPRINT Mission 1.Interactive training programs and devices to prevent falls 2.Interactive training programs and devices for rehabilitation at home 3.Smart prostheses and orthoses, patient-driven Three research lines

7 Savings In NL, elderly treated after a fall accident Annual direct + indirect costs: 400 M€ With 30% decrease:  120 M€ Prosthetic care: 140 M€ intelligent prosthesis + telecare:  50 M€ Shortening hospital rehabilitation:  36 M€

8 •Learning process of motor control •Device development •Serious gaming for training •Telemonitoring •On-site tests •Valorisation Research and technology

9 representation muscle properties prosthetic dynamics foot-knee interaction terrain adjustment and fitting sensory input multi body dynamics Control technologies

10 EMG Force Motion Computer Generated 3D Environment Theory CAREN Video Motion Audio Moments of Force inverse forward Dynamics human body model Motion & Forces

11 How do amputees learn?

12 Sensor technologies •Myoelectric prosthesis often unused •Motions after each other and not at the same time; not functional Patient-driven instead of technology-driven

13 •Balance training •Training at home Training technologies

14 Vibrating Insoles Neuropathy   balance capacities   risk of falling   hip fractures, hospital admittance and dependency Stochastic vibration •Threshold •Signal •Noise Rehabilition technologies

15 Serious gaming •Interface technologies to implement serious gaming •Smart, self-learning algorithms for dynamic feedback •User interfaces for telemonitoring

16 IT ICT Telemonitoring • Algorithms for dynamic feedback • User interfaces for telemonitoring

17 Reflex leg •Reflexive control, physiological motor control •Controllable efficient actuator Smart prostheses / orthoses

18 Improved fixation by osteo-integration Smart prostheses / orthoses

19 Wheeldrive project 1/241/40 Smart wheelchairs

20 Smart prostheses / orthoses

21 Healthcare institutions •Roessingh Rehabilitation, Enschede •Rehabilitation Friesland, Beetsterzwaag •Rehabilitation Doorn •St. Maartenskliniek, Nijmegen Industry •Ambroise, Enschede •AtosOrigin Consultancy, Utrecht •aXion, Groningen •Baat Engineering, Hengelo •Demcon, Oldenzaal •Durea, Drunen •Eriks aandrijftechniek, Schoonhoven •Evocare, Hengelo •Gameship, Leeuwarden •Grendel Games, Leeuwarden •IMDS, Roden •Indes, Enschede •Lode, Groningen •McRoberts, Den Haag •Meditas, Drachten •Motek Medical, Amsterdam •Motion Projects, Utrecht •NewCom, Opende •OIM Orthopedie, Assen •Otto Bock, Son en Breugel, Duderstadt (D) •Personal Space Technologies, Amsterdam •Pezy, Groningen •STT, Tolbert •Technologies88, Leeuwarden •Umaco, Groningen •Xsens, Enschede •Össur, Son en Breugel, Reyjavik (IJsland) In total 133 fte Implementation / valorisation

22 Universities •UMCG (including: Center for Rehabilitation, NeuroImaging Center, departments of Orthopaedics, Biomedical Engineering, Human Movement Sciences, Neurology, Medical Physiology, ENT •RUG (Institute for Mathematics and Informatics, Departments of Discrete Technology & Production Automation and Business & ICT. •UT (Departments of Biomechanical Engineering, Biomedical Signals & Systems, Design, Production and Management) Private research groups •Healthcare Innovation Forum •INCAS 3, Assen •Gameship, Leeuwarden •Roessingh RRD, Enschede •Waag Society Amsterdam Public research groups

23 Development chain Research & technology Industry Care providers Patient Groups TransferImplemen- tation Therapy development Strength of SPRINT: Participation of all stages of the development chain Social innovation

24 •UMCG: CAREN virtual reality lab, Balance and motor lab, function lab for studying upper extremity tasks, Work lab with computer controlled ergometers and a wide treadmill, MTx Motion Tracker, Acti-Graph™ GT1M activity monitor, DynaPort® Minimod system, VICON system, several AMTI force platforms, FScan system. •Within the RuG is available: Linux cluster, Blue Gene/P supercomputer, data operations centre, Reality Cube (Cave) virtual environment, Reality Theatre, Humanoid robot for improving rehabilitation, MR-compatible EEG/EMG system Brain Products, rTMS system MagStim Rapid2, MR/EEG/TMS. •Within the UT is available: Tribometers for skin–object interactions; confocal & interference microscopy, Human performance VR lab, Robotics lab, Moven system, TMSi measuring systems. •Gameship will contribute with: CAREN system, render farm, motion capture studio (24 infrared cameras), fully digital video studio (6 HD cameras, 1 RED), Pro Tools audio system, 50 workstations. •The Rehabilitation Centers also have different gait laboratories Research facilities

25 Organisation External Supervisory Board SPRINT CoRE Board of Directors Management team Program Coordinator Extramural Prevention Research project Post-doc PhD Technicians/analysts students Program Coordinator Protheses & Orthoses Research project Post-doc PhD Technicians/analysts students Program Cordinator Extramural Rehabilitation Research project Post-doc PhD Technicians/analysts students Users CommitteeSPRINT Holding BV

26 Supervisory Board •Prof. Lou de Leij (UMCG/RuG); •Prof. Peter Veltink (MIRA-UT) •Industrial representative Board of directors •Technical scientific leader (Prof. Bart Verkerke, UMCG/UT) •Clinical scientific leader (Prof. Klaas Postema, UMCG) •Managing directors (Dr. Ruud vd Bilt,RuG, dr. Martijn Kuit, UT) Organisation

27 Management team •Prof. Bert Otten (UMCG) •Prof. Bart Koopman (UT) •Prof. Hans Wortmann (RuG) •Dr. Che Hsin Falkenstrom (OIM Orthopedics) •Prof. Gert ter Horst (UMCG) •Prof. Hans Rietman (RRD) •Dr. Corry vd Sluis (UMCG).

28 •IAG (OIM Orthopedie) •SNN (Exergaming) •INCAS 3 (Sensor & feedback for balance) •SNN (SPRINT) •STW Perspectief (SPRINT) •Topsector Life Sciences & Health (IMDI) •Erasmus Mundus Doctorate (SPRINT+) Grants

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