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Pilots with complete thoracic or lumbar Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI) will be equipped with actuated exoskeletal devices, which will enable them to walk along a particular race cours | ETH Zurch and NCCR Robotics
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2016 Cybathlon Competition Designed for Parathletes

he Cybathlon is a championship for racing pilots with disabilities, who are using advanced assistive devices including robotic technologies.

March 25, 2014
4:14 PM EDT
Pilots with transfemoral amputation will be equipped with actuated exoprosthetic devices and will have to successfully complete a race course as quickly as possible. | ETH Zurch and NCCR Robotics
Pilots will be equipped with brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) that will enable them to control an avatar in a racing game played on computers. | ETH Zurch and NCCR Robotics
Pilots with complete Spinal Cord Injuries will be equipped with Functional Electrical Stimulation devices, which will enable them to perform a pedaling movement on a cycling device that drives them on a circular course. | ETH Zurch and NCCR Robotics
Pilots with forearm or upper arm amputations will be equipped with actuated exoprosthetic devices and will have to successfully complete two hand-arm task courses as quickly as possible. | ETH Zurch and NCCR Robotics
Pilots with complete thoracic or lumbar Spinal Cord Injuries (SCI) will be equipped with actuated exoskeletal devices, which will enable them to walk along a particular race cours | ETH Zurch and NCCR Robotics
Pilots with different disability levels (e.g. quadriplegics, paraplegics, amputees) will be equipped with power wheelchairs, which will enable them to steer along a particular race course. | ETH Zurch and NCCR Robotics

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