AiBle At A Glance

AiBle is a 3-year UK/France cross-border EU Interreg project to improve the recovery experience of stroke patients with better treatment effects and efficiency by developing an upper-limb rehabilitation exoskeleton robot based on AI and cloud computing.

Total budget: €4,875,139.99 of which €3,333,849.26 has been co-financed by the European Regional Development Funds


This project aims to develop a new generation of exoskeleton robot that will benefit stroke patients by providing advanced functionality that will enable remote but active rehabilitation. This will be achieved by the integration of artificial intelligence, virtual reality and cloud computing.

The project will introduce novel sensors to recognise post-stroke patients’ motion intention. The signals collected from the patients will be sent to a cloud-based data processing centre where the centralised database based on AI service will be accessed by all functional units. This will guide the robot movements, monitor the patient’s progress and can be used to provide expert assistance remotely. The project will have a virtual reality interface for performing activities of daily living which will be trialled on stroke patients and can be used in addition to conventional therapy to increase treatment intensity for improved recovery.


The focus is to provide more engaging rehabilitation with a new generation of upper limb exoskeleton to improve efficiency and provide additional intervention that has the potential to improve outcomes and independence. The objective is to benefit post-stroke patients through intensive training of activities of daily living, with the goal of reducing long term dependency and improving the cost-efficiency of treatment.


  • Help stroke patients to benefit from remote and active rehabilitation.
  • Increase the intensity and repetitions through the use of the robot which will lead to improved upper limb outcomes.
  • Contribute to the wellbeing of stroke patients and social care in the Channel region.
  • Increase the delivery and uptake of novel robot-enhanced rehabilitation for stroke patients in hospitals and rehabilitation centres.

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