Onboard Exoskeleton Data During User Intent Changes

Citation Author(s):
Taylor
Gambon
University of Notre Dame
Submitted by:
Taylor Higgins
Last updated:
Tue, 05/17/2022 - 22:21
DOI:
10.21227/r9ap-mk26
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Abstract 

This folder contains the onboard sensor measurements for the EksoGT robotic exoskeleton during experiments with three able-bodied individuals and three non-able-bodied individuals with a spinal cord injury. The data is divided into .mat files by the trial. All able-bodied subjects completed three repetitions of each commanded intent change (Speed Up, Slow Down, and No Change) for each trial set. Trial sets were completed in Adaptive mode with a walker, Adaptive mode with crutches, Free mode with a walker, and Free mode with crutches for a total of 36 trials for every able-bodied individual. Since non-able-bodied subjects were not able to walk in Free mode, they only completed Adaptive mode trials for a total of 18 trials per subject.

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Please see ReadMe.pdf for details about the dataset.

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