The robotic prostheses is controlled via an implanted neuromuscular interface. First, a titanium implant is surgically inserted into the bone where, over time, it becomes fixated to the bone in a process called osseointegration. Next, a metallic extension is then connected to the implant. This is where the robotic prosthesis connects to the living arm. Electrodes implanted in the nerves and muscles help control the prosthetic. These electrodes record touch signals that are transmitted via the implant to the brain.