ATLINAS HAS BEEN IN THE PIPELINE FOR SEVERAL YEARS
A family member’s long-term hospitalisation following a serious traffic accident was the motivation behind the development of the interactive training robot. This family member could have suffered serious physical decline during the hospital stay if her muscles had not been trained during the bedridden period.
An early version of the Atlin training robot ensured that such training was carried out, and the family member recovered faster and better than expected so that she was able to continue her work as a nurse afterwards without any problems.
The use of innovative technical solutions has made it possible to create a training robot with sufficient functions to make it suitable even for those bedbound patients who require the most care, thereby ensuring a better maintenance of their muscle mass and a faster rehabilitation process.