Exhibitors from the Netherlands, France and South Korea showcased many types of smart rehabilitation devices and smart robots for accompanying elderly people or patients at home at CES 2020, with these products appealing by user experience and user interfaces.
Suppliers of smart rehabilitation devices are supposed to offer reliable systems for collecting and analyzing data, and making predictions for use by doctors, rehabilitation specialists and patients.
Such devices have to enable patients to choose active or passive rehabilitation methods and understand their body conditions. In addition, such devices have to be able to recommend types and intensity of exercise based on data analysis, according to Liu Fu-an, CFO for medical management consultant Concord Medical.
A smart rehabilitation device exhibited at CES 2020
Photo: Mark Tsai, Digitimes, January 2020