robotics for stroke rehabilitation @padua, italy
 Our experience in the field of interactive robotics dates back to the late 90s, when the Mechatronics group developed two prototype table-top haptic displays ( Later on, the collaboration with the School of Medicine of the University of Padua, Italy, lead to the development of NeReBot, a prototype cable-suspended robotic system for upper-limb post-stroke rehabilitation. NeReBot was specifically designed to start robotic rehabilitation treatment in the very first days after the stroke.

 NeReBot undergone the first Italian randomized controlled trial of a neurorehabilitation robot. After this experience, several novel robotic systems for post-stroke rehabilitation were developed (MariBot, Sophia, etc.), consolidating the experience of the Rehabrobotics Research Group in the design, development and clinical testing of such devices.