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Best service despite corona pandemic

Dear Sir or Madam,

Expert on her own behalf and professionally competent – Karina Lauridsen is one of the reasons why moso Managing Director Klaus Gierse is satisfied with his strong team. Why he can promise the best service even in times of crisis and what expectations the Motion Solutions team has for the future, you can read in our current interview.

Have a nice week!

Nadine Lormis
Editorial team

Graphic: 6 to 9 October 2021, REHACARE International Trade Fair for Rehabilitation and Care, Düsseldorf, Germany


All about REHACARE: Motion Solutions GmbH
News from the field of Auxiliary Means
News from the field of Recreation & Culture
How we roll
News from the field of Research & Health

Crisis-proof: moso navigates confidently through the coronavirus pandemic

All about REHACARE

Photo: Karina Lauridsen talking to Klaus Gierse in front of a building; Copyright: moso
Years of business expertise, in-house production, and new personnel competency – the Motion Solutions GmbH (moso) is well-positioned to withstand the challenges brought by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and continues to offer its customers the best service. In this interview, Managing Director Klaus Gierse discusses the role products like the COSEAT and EasyStand play in this setting and reveals the expectations the moso team has for the future.
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Auxiliary Means

Mobility Networks: Protecting lift users and ensuring manufacturing quality

Safety mode is unique to Mobility Networks. The team has been working hard to develop a higher standard of lift-based technology and this has enabled them to produce Safety Mode.
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Recreation & Culture

Assistive technologies: CYBATHLON 2020 Global Edition shows advances

CYBATHLON 2020 Global Edition: In total, 51 teams from 20 countries competed against each other, completing everyday tasks with the help of state-​of-the-art assistance systems. Due to the COVID-​19 pandemic, the teams competed for the first time in different time zones and locations. Apart from the winning teams, the technological advances attracted the most attention.
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Laura W. – That's how she rolls

How we roll

Photo: woman with a turquoise shirt in a black wheelchair, sea in the back - Laura W.; Copyright:’s_me_laura.__
When Laura W. was diagnosed with Rigid Spine Syndrome, she wanted to find out more about it – but experience reports were rare. Today, she uses her blog to lobby for society to think less in stereotypes and for other people to speak courageously about their various disabilities. Why this is so important to her and how she otherwise rolls, she tells us on
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Research & Health

Spinal cord injury: Exoskeleton-assisted walking improves mobility

Exoskeletal-assisted walking is safe, feasible, and effective in individuals disabled by spinal cord injury, according to the results of a federally funded multi-site randomized clinical trial. The article "Mobility skills with exoskeletal-assisted walking in persons with SCI: Results from a three-center randomized clinical trial" was published August 4, 2020 in Frontiers in Robotics and AI.
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Research & Health

Rehabilitation: Improving the usability of exosceletons

Wearable robots such as exoskeletons are often used in the rehabilitation of paretic patients. However, these exoskeletons work more or less without knowledge of the patients’ body internal information. PhD candidate Guillaume Durandau of the University of Twente is adding controllers to wearable robots so that intuitive human control is possible.
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Research & Health

Smartwatch app alerts d/Deaf and hard-of-hearing users to different sounds

Smartwatches offer people a private method for getting notifications about their surroundings – such as a phone call, health alerts or an upcoming package delivery. Now University of Washington researchers have developed SoundWatch, a smartwatch app for d/Deaf and hard-of-hearing people who want to be aware of nearby sounds.
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