The overall objective of the eNHANCE project is to develop and demonstrate new concepts to enhance and train upper extremity motor function in people with physical disabilities during daily-life. Specifically, the objectives to develop an intelligent bidirectional multimodal adaptive interface for supporting upper extremity motor function, including eye tracking, user input and controllable biomechatronic support.
The project is financed by the ICT part of the EU Horizon 2020 program. In this project, Noldus will mainly develop new software and techniques for integration, synchronization and sensor fusion leading to behavioral classification.
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- University of Twente (coordinator)
- Imperial College London
- Roessingh Research
- University College London
- Noldus Information Technology
- Hankamp Rehab
- Bioservo Technologies
- Hacker Motor
This project is funded by the Horizon 2020 program of the European Union, call ICT-2014-1, project number 644000.