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  • FluxMerge™: Slim Motor Technology

    FluxMerge™: Slim Motor Technology

    ITRI’s FluxMerge™ is a technology used to improve the operating efficiency of electric machines such as motors and generators. It has the potential to make a significant impact on carbon reduction.

  • Printed Metal Mesh Touch Sensor Technology

    Printed Metal Mesh Touch Sensor Technology

    ITRI is developing a precision printing technology that produces metal mesh structures that have inherently good conductivity via direct printing on the surface of a substrate. ITRI’s metal mesh provides a benefit of 50 % cost reduction compared to conventional ITO.

  • Exoskeleton Robot

    Exoskeleton Robot

    To meet the demand of spinal cord injury (SCI) patients, ITRI develops an exoskeleton robot to assist in the realization of less stressful mobility for SCI patients. With the help of the physical therapists, SCI patients can quickly learn to use the exoskeleton robot to stand up and walk independently.

  • aePLASMA™ Atmospheric Environment Plasma Coating Technology

    aePLASMA™ Atmospheric Environment Plasma Coating Technology

    ITRI’s aePlasma coating technology provides various thin-film coating processes, including TCO, in low-temperature and open-air environment. The optical and electrical characteristics of deposited films can be designed and adjusted by the aePlasma process.

  • LEAP Disassembled and Assembled Power Module

    LEAP Disassembled and Assembled Power Module

    Light Electronic Assistance Pal (LEAP) was created for converting a manual wheelchair to an electric power-assisted wheelchair. The portable, easy-to-charge LEAP is a power module with built-in battery that can be quick-released by pushing a button. With a manual switch, users spent less effort when going uphill, and a reduced-speed safety mode will be activated when going downhill. These features make a caregiver’s job much easier than before.

  •  CPS-based offline-programming and robot grinding/polishing

    CPS-based offline-programming and robot grinding/polishing

    ITRI collaborated with Taiwan's robot manufacture and water faucet maker on CPS-based grinding and polishing. By using ITRI's offline-programming software, robot teaching time can be drastically reduced. This CPS-based approach is now implemented in the manufacturing line of ITRI's industrial partners.

  • Wearable Walking Assistive Exoskeleton Robot

    Wearable Walking Assistive Exoskeleton Robot

    ITRI develops an exoskeleton robot to assist in the realization of less stressful mobility for SCI patients. With the help of the physical therapists, SCI patients can quickly learn to use the exoskeleton robot to stand up and walk independently.

  • ITRI's Virtual Vehicle Technology

    ITRI's Virtual Vehicle Technology

    In this video, audience can view several technologies, such as electric motors, the virtual vehicle laboratory, driving safety systems, and power units. We hope this vehicle platform can integrate ITRI’s smart technologies.

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Mechanical and Mechatronics Systems Research Laboratories

 Establishment and Milestones
Mechanical & Mechatronics Systems Research Laboratories (MMSL) has been pursuing core technologies of intelligence, miniaturization and green energy for many years. From intelligent robot and automation systems, thin film design & manufacturing, intelligent mechatronics to advanced vehicles, all of the developed technologies have reached a commendable level of sophistication, based upon which MMSL will continue to move forward.

Progression and Development
MMSL links with the world by innovative and advanced technologies. Our breakthroughs have been highly recognized in the international arena, and help to create variety of technologies and products.

Innovation and Creativity
MMSL masters core technology platforms, and takes the lead in related industries with projects based on foresight. Through cooperation among industry, academia and international communities, we have developed innovative and advanced technologies, and encourage our staff to establish innovation-oriented startups, thereby promoting the spirit of mechanics.
  

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