How can a biped exoskeleton robot run forward like a car with wheels and climb stairs like a biped robot? Just look at this biped exoskeleton wheeled robot.

On the level road, the exoskeleton robot rolls forward through the driving wheel, and the front two small wheels are used as the supporting wheels. When encountering the stairs, the front two wheels are folded up and become a biped robot to start climbing the stairs. It can adapt to the road environment with stairs, and bring more convenient uses to people who have difficulty in moving and need to load.

Vehicle mode

The two modes of the exoskeleton robot can be activated with only one button. In the vehicle mode, it can move quickly on a flat road. In the two legs mode, it becomes a pair of legs of dynamic exoskeleton, so that users can walk up and down stairs.

Legs mode

At the same time, the exoskeleton robot is also equipped with a camera and artificial intelligence algorithm, which can detect and avoid obstacles encountered in operation. In terms of function, it can help to carry and move heavy objects, so that people can move around quickly and effortlessly when carrying heavy objects. At the same time, it can also be used as a walking and rehabilitation tool for people with poor mobility. It has a very good application scenario.

Up stairs status

In the research and development of the drive motor of the exoskeleton robot, Shenzhen Xiaoxiang Electric has developed an exoskeleton robot joint servo motor system with motors and reducers arranged horizontally. The axial magnetic field motor is used as the main power motor, which is transmitted to the reducer output through the lateral transmission mechanism, realizing an ultra flat exoskeleton joint motor system with large torque output.

Ultra thin integrated exoskeleton joint

Why use axial magnetic field motor as the power motor of this scheme?

Because the axial magnetic field motor has the performance advantages of small axial size, light weight and large torque, it is very suitable for the application of the exoskeleton joint motor system. The maximum output torque of the exoskeleton joint motor system can reach 80nm, but the weight is only 1kg. It gives full play to the high torque performance characteristics of the axial magnetic field motor and is widely used in robots.

Reviewed and edited by: Fu Qianjiang

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