Fourier Intelligence Showcases Future of Intelligent Rehabilitation at 87th China International Medical Equipment Fair

SHANGHAI, CHINA, 17th May 2023 – Fourier Intelligence, a renowned global technology company specialising in rehabilitation robotics and artificial intelligence, recently made a significant mark as a prominent participant in one of China’s most prominent trade fairs, The China International Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF). This flagship expo, held annually in both spring and autumn, served as a convergence point for nearly 5,000 companies from around the globe, solidifying its position as a premier event in the healthcare industry.

With its strong focus on revolutionising the field of rehabilitation, Fourier Intelligence stood out amidst the impressive array of exhibitors, captivating attendees with its cutting-edge advancements. The company’s participation in the CMEF showcased its position as a leading innovator in the industry.

As pioneers in integrating robotics and AI into rehabilitation practices, Fourier Intelligence presented a wide range of ground-breaking solutions designed to enhance patient care and recovery. Attendees had the opportunity to witness the seamless fusion of human movement and technological precision in the company’s state-of-the-art rehabilitation robotics systems, providing patients with unparalleled support and assistance on their path to recovery.

Fourier Intelligence’s expertise in artificial intelligence took centre stage, demonstrating the company’s dedication to harnessing the power of data for personalised treatment plans, progress tracking, and therapy optimisation. The company’s advanced AI algorithms and analytics platform solidified its position as a trailblazer in the industry.

As a leading specialist in robotics and AI for rehabilitation, Fourier Intelligence seized the exceptional opportunity presented by the China International Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF) to showcase a range of flagship products. Among the highlights were the ArmMotus™ EMU, ExoMotus™ M4, and ArmMotus™ M2 Pro. With a widespread global presence and over 2,000 installations worldwide, Fourier Intelligence delivers cutting-edge rehabilitation solutions, empowering therapists and patients.

At the CMEF, Fourier Intelligence captured attendees’ attention by demonstrating their flagship products’ transformative capabilities. The ArmMotus™ EMU, a state-of-the-art upper limb rehabilitation device, facilitates task-based training tailored to diverse rehabilitation needs. This immersive and engaging solution helps patients regain mobility while enjoying a captivating experience.

ArmMotus™ EMU 3D Upper Limb Rehabilitation Robotics that simulates task-based training, catering to different rehabilitation needs.

Another standout product showcased was the ExoMotus™ M4, a revolutionary robotic exoskeleton. Designed to provide exceptional support and assistance, this advanced exoskeleton is a game-changer for patients recovering from neurological injuries or musculoskeletal impairments. It seamlessly integrates human movement with precise technological innovations, offering patients unprecedented aid levels throughout their recovery journey.

ExoMotus™ M4 Lower Limb Exoskeleton with integrated balancing support frame for gait training.

The ArmMotus™ M2 Pro, yet another cutting-edge product presented by Fourier Intelligence, elevates the quality of rehabilitation therapy. This device leverages the power of robotics and AI to deliver precise and personalised treatment to patients, empowering therapists with an effective tool to enhance their practice.

With a global reach and an extensive installation base, Fourier Intelligence remains committed to driving advancements in rehabilitation. Fourier Intelligence’s showcase at the CMEF highlighted its dedication to innovation and its mission to empower therapists and patients worldwide.

By harnessing the potential of robotics and AI, Fourier Intelligence continues to revolutionise the field of rehabilitation, creating solutions that enhance patient outcomes and facilitate efficient therapy programs. Through its presence at the CMEF, Fourier Intelligence solidified its position as a trusted industry leader, poised to shape the future of rehabilitation technology.

ArmMotus™ M2 Pro Upper Limb Rehabilitation Robotics that simulates an excellent haptic environment for the users through the world’s leading force feedback algorithm and high-performance motor. 

“The CMEF is an exceptional platform for Fourier Intelligence to showcase our cutting-edge products to a global audience. Our deep passion for rehabilitation fuels our unwavering commitment to driving industry innovation through continuous research and development. This passion ignites our team’s drive to push the limits of rehabilitation technology, enabling us to address the challenges therapists and patients face,” said Zen Koh, Co-Founder & Global CEO of Fourier Intelligence. “Understanding these challenges is at the core of our mission, and we strive to provide the best solutions that empower therapists and patients to achieve superior recovery results. By actively participating in industry events like the CMEF, we actively engage with experts in the field, fostering collaborations and gaining valuable insights to drive the industry forward.”

This year’s CMEF was particularly impactful, featuring 80 conferences attended by 1,000 professionals. It provided an invaluable opportunity for Fourier Intelligence to connect with key stakeholders, exchange knowledge, and establish collaborative partnerships. These interactions not only broaden Fourier Intelligence’s perspective but also facilitate collective progress in advancing rehabilitation technology

“Looking ahead, we eagerly anticipate participating in more events and industry gatherings. One event we are particularly excited about is RehabWeek 2023, scheduled to take place in Singapore in September. We hope to see some of the delegates from the CMEF at this upcoming event, as it presents another avenue for sharing our latest innovations and fostering meaningful collaborations,” Koh added. “As the Co-Founder and Global CEO of Fourier Intelligence, I am immensely proud of our team’s dedication and passion. Together, we will continue to drive innovation, create transformative solutions, and positively impact the lives of therapists and patients worldwide.”

Amidst the bustling trade fair, Fourier Intelligence’s booth served as a beacon of innovation and excellence. Attendees had the invaluable opportunity to engage directly with the company’s passionate team of experts, gaining valuable insights into its ongoing research and development initiatives. This firsthand interaction solidified Fourier Intelligence’s reputation as a thought leader, pushing the boundaries of rehabilitation robotics and AI to improve patient care.

By participating in the prestigious CMEF, Fourier Intelligence reinforced its global presence and reaffirmed its commitment to shaping the future of healthcare. The showcase of cutting-edge rehabilitation robotics and AI solutions left a lasting impression on industry professionals and healthcare leaders, igniting inspiration and driving advancements in the field.

Fourier Intelligence’s participation in The China International Medical Equipment Fair elevated its standing as a global technology leader in rehabilitation robotics and AI. Through its unwavering dedication to advancing patient care and innovative solutions, Fourier Intelligence has set the stage for a transformative era in the industry, offering hope and improved patient outcomes worldwide.

About Fourier Intelligence

Fourier Intelligence is a leading technology company dedicated to developing exoskeleton and rehabilitation robotics with a focus on creativity since its inception in 2015. The company collaborates with researchers, therapists, and patients to deliver cutting-edge rehabilitation robotics solutions. Fourier Intelligence aims to elevate user experience through its interconnectable intelligent robotics technology, providing an intuitive, easy-to-use system that enhances the lives of both patients and therapists.

www.fourierintelligence.com

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Martin OOI, Marketing Manager

Fourier Intelligence

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Email: martin.ooi@fourierintelligence.com

Fourier Intelligence Participates in International Conference on Aging, Innovation and Rehabilitation (ICAIR)

TORONTO, 2nd May 2023 – Fourier Intelligence, a global technology company specialising in rehabilitation robotics and artificial intelligence, will participate in the upcoming International Conference on Aging, Innovation and Rehabilitation (ICAIR).

Jointly hosted by The KITE Research Institute at the University Health Network (UHN) and the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute (RSI) at the University of Toronto, the event will take place on the 8th of May, 2023. It aims to bring together experts from various fields to discuss the latest ageing, innovation, and rehabilitation research and advancements.

Representing Fourier Intelligence as a keynote speaker, Zen Koh, Co-Founder & Global CEO, will share his insights on “Rehabilitation Technology 4.0.– Creating the right value to provide the right solution at the right time and with the right accessibility.” With a background in engineering and robotics, he has worked in the healthcare industry for over two decades and is highly passionate about using technology to improve people’s lives,

“Rehabilitation technology has long been plagued by high costs and complex operating environments, limiting access to those who need it most. However, as the demand for therapies continues to rise, the industry is slowly transforming to enter a new stage of development. Where more accessible, affordable, and evidence-based clinical solutions that address diverse clinical needs are being developed to cater for these needs. As we navigate this challenge, the industry is set to grow even further through advancements in robotics and AI,” said Zen Koh. In his upcoming presentation, Zen Koh, also the General Chair of RehabWeek 2023, will explore the rehabilitation technology industry’s history, status, and future. Join us as we explore an innovative concept called “Rehabilitation Technology 4.0,” which aims to create a digitalised ecosystem that optimises value chains through consolidation and standardisation. This approach will empower patients and providers to achieve their goal of recovery and improve their quality of life.

Professor Milos Popovic, General Chair of ICAIR, also said: “The inaugural International Conference on Aging, Innovation and Rehabilitation is a unique event designed to drive cross-collaboration across multiple disciplines by bringing together scientists, health-care leaders, engineers, and entrepreneurs. We are delighted that the conference is taking place in Toronto, which is internationally recognised as a major hub in rehabilitation science. In addition, we are thrilled that Zen is one of our keynote speakers and that he will share his thought on the future of rehabilitation and rehabilitation technologies”.

Zen Koh, Co-Founder and Global CEO of Fourier Intelligence

About Fourier Intelligence

Fourier Intelligence is a leading technology company dedicated to developing exoskeleton and rehabilitation robotics with a focus on creativity since its inception in 2015. The company collaborates with researchers, therapists, and patients to deliver cutting-edge rehabilitation robotics solutions. Fourier Intelligence aims to elevate user experience through its interconnectable intelligent robotics technology, providing an intuitive, easy-to-use system that enhances the lives of both patients and therapists.

www.fourierintelligence.https://fourierintelligence.com/

About ICAIR

The International Conference on Aging, Innovation and Rehabilitation (ICAIR) is an important cross-disciplinary event that brings together the leading researchers, scientists and entrepreneurs currently working to improve the lives of people around the world who live each day with the impacts of illness, disability and aging. Hosted jointly by The KITE Research Institute at the University Health Network (UHN) and the Rehabilitation Sciences Institute (RSI) at the University of Toronto, it is a unique conference destination designed to help researchers, academics, students, entrepreneurs, and other innovators share research and academic success stories, build and foster relationships across disciplines, and encourage cross-pollination of communication, research and ideas. www.kite-uhn.com/icair

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Martin OOI, Marketing Manager

Fourier Intelligence

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Fourier Intelligence invited to Prosperity7’s F1 Saudi Grand Prix.

Saudi Arabia, 22 March – During the 2023 Saudi Arabia Grand Prix of the World Formula One Championship (F1), Fourier Intelligence was honoured to be invited as a technology start-up backed by Prosperity7. Saudi Aramco has become a global strategic partner of F1 since 2020. During the 2022 season, Saudi Aramco has reached diversified cooperation with the F1 Aston Martin team and has become a strategic partner of the Aston Martin team.

As one of the most watched sports events in the world, the annual F1 season is a top event for racing fans worldwide. Saudi Aramco not only helps racers achieve great results on the field but also supports global environmental problems by demonstrating top-level environmentally friendly fuels, creating a resource-respecting social platform.

The event was attended by royalty, political figures, business leaders of the world’s top companies, and the founders of forward-looking technology companies. Among the invited representatives was Fourier intelligence, a technology start-up backed by Prosperity7, a diversified growth fund under Saudi Aramco.

Zen Koh, Co-Founder and Global CEO of Fourier Intelligence met with Saudi government officials, business representatives, and Saudi Aramco executives to discuss more opportunities for future cooperation.

“We are honoured to have been invited to the F1 Saudi Grand Prix, and we are excited about the opportunities for further cooperation. With Prosperity7’s unique network and resource advantages, we look forward to accelerating globalising our technologies and helping patients worldwide regain their health,” added Zen Koh.

Prosperity7 is committed to supporting the growth of leading technology start-ups, and China is one of Prosperity7’s most important investment destinations. With its extensive network and resource advantages in the Middle East and even the world, Prosperity7 will continue to help Chinese companies “go global” and accelerate the process of globalisation.

Amin H. Nasser, President and CEO of Saudi Aramco, with Zen Koh, Co-Founder and Global CEO of Fourier Intelligence Group
Aysar Tayeb, Executive Managing Director of Prosperity7 Ventures, and Zen Koh, Co-Founder and Global CEO of Fourier Intelligence Group, at the F1 Saudi Grand Prix

About Fourier Intelligence

Fourier Intelligence is a technology-driven company, infusing creativity into developing exoskeleton and rehabilitation robotics since 2015. Together with researchers, therapists, and patients, Fourier Intelligence aims to excel in developing and redefining rehabilitation robotics solutions with inter-connectable intelligent robotics technology by elevating user experience with an intuitive, easy-to-use system to enhance the lives of both patients and therapists.

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Sarah LIM

Assistant Director
Fourier Intelligence
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Email: sarah.lim@fourierintelligence.com  

Zen KOH Appears On The Front Cover of NR Times Issue 21

Zen Koh, Co-Founder and Global HQ CEO, Fourier Intelligence Group

SINGAPORE, March 29th, 2022 – Zen KOH, Co-founder & Deputy Group CEO of Fourier Intelligence was recently featured on the front cover of NRTimes magazine as he discusses how Fourier Intelligence is poised to lead the expansion of the ever-burgeoning rehab tech sector globally.

To read more about the magazine, click here.

For investor and media inquiries, please contact:
Grace Ng,
Senior Marketing Manager,
Fourier Intelligence
Phone: +6016-245-1585
Email: marketing.globalhq@fourierintelligence.com

Fourier Intelligence Inks Strategic Alliance Partnership with MyndTec Inc.

The award-winning Canadian MyndMove™ therapy from MyndTec. Inc joins SoftBank-backed rehab robotics leader Fourier Intelligence’s network of partners

SINGAPORE, March 23rd, 2022 – Fourier Intelligence has announced a strategic alliance partnership with MyndTec Inc, an award-winning Canadian medical technology company specialising in innovative therapeutic medical devices.

This partnership will focus on the distribution of MyndMove™, a non-invasive functional electrical stimulation-based intervention, to the ever-expanding global network of Fourier Intelligence.

A virtual signing ceremony was held to commemorate the partnership between both parties. MyndTec’s CEO, Craig Leon, Co-Founder, Dr Milos R. Popovic, Fourier Intelligence Co-Founder and Global HQ CEO, Zen Koh, General Manager, Owen Teoh and Operations Director, Sandra Lee, attended the virtual event.

From top left: Mr Owen Teoh, General Manager, Fourier Intelligence, Dr Milos R. Popovic, Co-Founder MyndTec Inc., and Ms Sandra Lee, Operations Director, Fourier Intelligence.
From bottom left: Mr Craig Leon, CEO of MyndTec Inc. and Mr Zen Koh, Fourier Intelligence Global HQ CEO

This partnership is timely as both parties recently reached strategic milestones. Fourier Intelligence received a Series D growth investment led by the SoftBank Group and backed by the Saudi Aramco P7 Venture Fund and the Yuanjing Capital earlier this year. MyndTec met all the requirements of the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) and began trading its common shares on the CSE on February 24th under the ticker symbol MYTC.

“Our partnership with MyndTec Inc. signifies yet another successful strategic collaboration with market leaders to offer innovative and clinically effective technology for our patients globally,” said Zen Koh, Co-Founder and Global HQ CEO of Fourier Intelligence. “MyndMove™, an electrical stimulation-based intervention, integrates perfectly into Fourier’s RehabHub™ solution and complement our existing product/technology portfolio. Fourier will continue our investment into more of such joint technological developments to better provide highly integrated intelligent rehabilitation technologies to empower clinicians and patients.”

Fourier’s global network spans over 50 countries to ensure a broad market outreach for innovative technologies. With joint laboratories with some of the top research institutes in the world such as ETH Zürich, University of Melbourne, and Shirley Ryan AbilityLab in Chicago, Fourier is set to chart the new frontier of innovative medical technologies.

MyndMove™ therapy
RehabHubTM

“We are excited to enter into this meaningful partnership with Fourier Intelligence to strategically integrate our MyndMove™ technology into RehabHub™. Fourier’s proven track record establishing globally successful RehabHub™, positively changing patient lives globally and the addition of MyndTec’s innovative MyndMove™ therapy to this network will enable us to reach out to more patients worldwide,” said Craig Leon, CEO of MyndTec.

MyndTec’s medical devices are designed to improve function, maximise independence, and enhance the quality of life for individuals with upper limb paralysis due to stroke, spinal cord injury, or some cases of traumatic brain injury*.

MyndTec Inc. also partners with several organisations such as the KITE Research Institute, the research arm of the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute – University Health Network and the University of Toronto to develop and commercialise MyndMove™ therapy. The MyndMove™ therapy is also supported by numerous clinical studies, including randomised controlled trials in stroke and spinal cord injuries. The embedded stimulation protocols in MyndMove™ allows clinicians to stimulate natural, purposeful, and functional movements in patients.

*Disclaimer: MyndMove™ claims may differ depending on the jurisdiction. Please contact MyndTec for details.

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Fourier Intelligence Closed RMB 400 Million in Series D Funding from SoftBank Vision Fund 2

The new funding will accelerate market expansion, enable innovation across its advanced healthcare robotics solutions and accelerate global growth opportunities

SINGAPORE, January 26, 2022 – Fourier Intelligence, a Shanghai-based medical technology company, received a growth investment of RMB 400 million in Series D Funding, led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2 and backed by Saudi Aramco P7 Venture Fund and the Yuanjing Vision Plus Capital. The new funding will accelerate Fourier’s go-to-market expansion, enable innovation across its advanced healthcare robotics solutions and accelerate global growth opportunities.

Led by Alex Gu, Founder and Group CEO, and Zen Koh, Co-Founder and Group Deputy CEO, Fourier Intelligence is a global leader in Neurorehabilitation Robotics, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and digital rehabilitation solutions for the healthcare industry. Leveraging intelligent robotics, smart actuators, sensors, machine learning, and proprietary control algorithms, Fourier develops and provides an intelligent healthcare robotic platform, RehabHub™, that delivers tailored digital healthcare solutions that revolutionise the neurorehabilitation industry. The company has 1,000+ global institutional healthcare customers and 17 international research joint labs in Singapore, Chicago, Phoenix, Zürich, Melbourne, Madrid, Kobe, and Kuala Lumpur.

Fourier focused on delivering widespread patient access to technology-enabled therapies. We achieve this with our intelligent robotic solution, RehabHub™, which is effective and affordable.

— Zen Koh, Co-founder & Group Deputy CEO

 “The rehabilitation market has significant tech adoption potential, and we grew our revenue close to over 3 times in 2021, despite the challenges posed by the global pandemic.”, said Alex Gu, Founder and Group CEO of Fourier Intelligence. “China sees increasing demand for rehabilitation services with the ageing population, increased number of patients with chronic diseases, and rehab development in the clinics. There has been a continuous shortage of physicians nationwide. In addition, Fourier’s comprehensive product portfolio with solid capabilities in hardware (including force sensor, monitor, and controller) and algorithm (for force control and feedback) is well-positioned to address clinical pain points. We believe intelligent rehabilitation technology companies like Fourier Intelligence can solve the talent bottleneck and provide practical and quantifiable treatments to improve patient outcomes. We are pleased to partner with Joanne Xu and the SoftBank Investment Advisers team to continue our development of the intelligent rehabilitation sector. We look forward to harnessing their support to create significant value not only for the medical rehabilitation robotic communities but also for the robotic world to tackle the most complex global challenges facing humanity and the environment.”

As a global leading manufacturer and solutions provider of AI-powered rehabilitation robotics, Fourier is committed to technological innovation and has been leading, supporting, and participating in international scientific research in the field of rehabilitation robotics. Some of such initiatives are joint research laboratories, respectively, with the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab (formerly known as the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago) in the United States, the University of Melbourne in Australia, ETH Zürich in Switzerland, National University of Singapore, Kobe University in Japan and the KITE Research Institute at the Toronto Rehabilitation Institute in Canada. These partnerships put Fourier at the forefront of technological innovation and enable Fourier to offer industry-leading products across end-to-end rehabilitation services, with innovative solutions to solve specific clinical constraints.

Influential Colossal Investment Institution Backs Unicorn-to-be Neurorehabilitation Robotic Company in Defining the Future of the Industry

“As China’s population ages, there is increasing demand for rehabilitation services, but these patients face a shortage of qualified therapists,” said Joanne Xu, Partner at SoftBank Investment Advisers. “We believe that Fourier Intelligence is well placed to solve this talent bottleneck by using technology to provide effective and quantifiable treatments to achieve better patient outcomes. It has built an integrated solution combining a digital platform, hospital services and a comprehensive product portfolio in collaboration with 30+ world-leading hospitals and research institutions. We are excited to partner with Alex Gu and the team to support technological innovation in China’s rehabilitation sector.”

Driven by its vision of ‘rehabilitation for all’ through intelligent technology, Fourier Intelligence implemented a series of modern rehabilitation centres with strategic institutional clinical partners under its RehabHub™ concept. The possibility of data interconnectivity and multi-machine coordination between multiple rehabilitation robotics reduced the number of clinicians required, significantly improving efficiency and costs. The company aims to become a global one-stop solution provider for intelligent rehabilitation whilst providing world-class technology that is affordable and highly competitive for the clinical market.

“Our mission as a company is to enable widespread patient access to life-changing technology-enabled therapies. One of the biggest obstacles to achieving this is the high costs and low technology adoption rate. Our team focused on the urgent need to enhance availability, accessibility, and affordability, yet ensuring the effectiveness of our intelligent robotic solution, RehabHub™,” added Zen Koh. “The significant experience and capital that our strategic investors bring to Fourier will help us rapidly realise global commercialisation and to deliver these innovative therapies to as many patients as quickly as possible.”

“Prosperity 7 is thrilled to continue supporting Fourier in this latest round of investment and through ongoing strategic collaboration,” said Aysar Tayeb, Executive Managing Director of P7. “We hope to land Fourier’s rehabilitation solutions within the Kingdom’s network of hospitals and clinics and look forward to working with the company to deliver the most advanced rehabilitation services and solutions and improve recovery and the quality of life for patients in Saudi Arabia and beyond.”


For investor and media inquiries, please contact:
Grace Ng,
Senior Marketing Manager,
Fourier Intelligence
Phone: +6016-245-1585
Email: marketing.globalhub@fourierintelligence.com

Fourier Intelligence Joins the IFR

IFR

Rehabilitation robotics pioneers, Fourier Intelligence, formally accepted as members of the International Federation of Robotics (IFR)

SINGAPORE, Jan 20, 2022Fourier Intelligence has been formally accepted as a member of the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), joining a group of well-acclaimed institutional members from the robotics industry and research and development institutes such as KUKA, Intel and Panasonic. Fourier Intelligence will also be the pioneering member to represent rehabilitation robotics in the IFR.

The IFR’s mission is to connect the world of robotics around the globe, with the aim of promoting the positive benefits of robotics for productivity, competitiveness, economic growth, and quality of work and life. This non-profit organisation also serves the purpose to promote research, development, use and international co-operation in the entire field of robotics.

“We are happy and very much looking forward to being part of the IFR,” said Zen Koh, Co-Founder and Global HQ CEO of Fourier Intelligence. “Being a member of this federation is a great privilege. This will allow us to have a platform to share information on the latest technology trends and exchange ideas with other top members in this. We are also excited to foster more alliances and partnerships with other members which we believe will be very beneficial to our company’s growth.”

Co-Founder and Global HQ CEO of Fourier Intelligence, Zen Koh

“Besides that, the vision of the federation also aligns perfectly with Fourier’s vision, which is to promote the positive benefits of robotics in various fields such as rehabilitation. As a pioneering member to represent rehabilitation robotics, we are very excited to advocate the adoption of robotics in rehabilitation worldwide.”

The IFR also works closely with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest technical professional organisation for electronic and electrical engineering. Since 2005, together with the IEEE, both has been co-sponsoring the IEEE/IFR Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award. The purpose of this award is to recognise the entrepreneurial commercialisation of ideas into actual products. The IFR and IEEE also jointly sponsors the IERA (Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Robotics and Automation) Award, which is to honor achievements of investors who propel value creating ideas into world-class products. Both the IFR and IEEE have a huge influence in the robotics industry.

Upon being accepted as a member of the IFR, Fourier Intelligence has plans to work closely together to release more white papers on rehabilitation robotics. Fourier Intelligence believes that together with the vast network of over 75 members of IFR from more than 20 countries, the awareness and adoption of rehab robotics can be more widely promoted globally.


For investor and media inquiries, please contact:
Grace Ng,
Senior Marketing Manager,
Fourier Intelligence
Phone: +6016-245-1585
Email: grace.ng@fourierintelligence.com

Barrow Neurological Institute MoU

Barrow Neurological Institute and Fourier Intelligence Renew Partnership

Barrow Neurological Institute MoU

Barrow Neurological Institute and Fourier Intelligence to continue their collaboration in advancing rehabilitation technology

ARIZONA, January 10, 2022 In light of their initial Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that was signed in 2019, Barrow Neurological Institute and Fourier Intelligence have decided to continue their collaboration in advancing rehabilitation technology through signing a new MoU.

The signing ceremony was held virtually on the 10th of January 2022 to commemorate the collaboration between both parties. The MoU signing ceremony was led by Trent Maruyama, Program Manager for Rehabilitation Technology of Barrow Neurological Institute and Zen Koh, Co-Founder and Global Hub CEO of Fourier Intelligence. Also present to witness the virtual signing ceremony were Fourier Intelligence’s General Manager, Mr Owen Teoh, Senior Manager for Clinical Application and Research, Ms Sarah Lim, Clinical Consultants for Oceania and North America, Ms Taya Hamilton and Ms Daniela Mattos.

This MoU renewal will further strengthen the current cooperation and relationship between both parties to continue working closely together in this and other future research. “This MoU builds on an already strong relationship with Barrow Neurological Institute,” said Zen Koh. “We look forward to continue providing them with our assistance in their research through our intelligent robotic rehabilitation devices as well as other additional support.”

Zen Koh also mentioned that he believes that the similar ambitions between Fourier Intelligence and Barrow Neurological Institute contributes to the success of this collaboration. “Both Fourier and Barrow Neurological Institute care greatly about rehabilitation and aspire to advance rehabilitation technology. We have been working closely with them since 2019 and we have seen tremendous progress in the clinical application area. We are truly grateful for this understanding.”

Trent Maruyama also gave his comments when asked about his thoughts and opinions of signing the MoU. “We have had nothing but very positive results throughout the previous collaboration and I am very excited to achieve more in the upcoming years to further advance the science and technology in rehabilitation.”, said Trent.

“The main thing we are trying to achieve from this new collaboration is to push the limitation of rehabilitation robotics. Combining Fourier’s science and engineering capabilities with the clinical skillset from Barrow Neurological Institute, we believe that it is the perfect match to push the boundaries in bringing rehabilitation robotics to the next level.”, added Trent.

Barrow Neurological Institute, the world’s largest neurological research institution and one of the best neurosurgical training centres in the United States, are currently conducting research with Arizona State University to evaluate the efficacy of robotics and conventional therapy in the rehabilitation of acute stroke patients using a couple of Fourier Intelligence’s ArmMotus™ M2 Gen.


For investor and media inquiries, please contact:
Grace Ng,
Senior Marketing Manager,
Fourier Intelligence
Phone: +6016-245-1585
Email: grace.ng@fourierintelligence.com

Fourier Intelligence Shares Knowledge and Technology to the World

Co-Founder and Global Hub CEO, Zen Koh, discusses about Fourier Intelligence’s influence and success to the world

SINGAPORE, Dec 23, 2021 – With the expansion of Fourier Intelligence continuing at pace globally, and its rehabilitation robotics being used increasingly around the world, its international presence has never been stronger. Zen Koh, Co-Founder and Global Hub CEO of Fourier Intelligence talks about Fourier’s collaboration with University of Melbourne, led by world-renowned figure in robotics, Professor Denny Oetomo.

Its partnership with University of Melbourne, finalised in 2019, proves to be a key component in its international expansion. Through the creation of the Robotics Laboratory, a joint initiative between the University of Melbourne and Fourier, the opportunities for innovation and knowledge transfer between experts are being channelled into increasing rehab provision on an international scale. This can be seen from the result of the development and launch of the ArmMotus™ EMU – Fourier’s latest and next-gen robot, hailed as the “neurorehabilitation redefining technology”.

To read more about this interview, click here


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Fourier Intelligence
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Email: grace.ng@fourierintelligence.com

innorehab

Innorehab 2021 – Enhancing the Ability of Rehabilitation Services for the Disabled

innorehab

Fourier Intelligence supported the finals of the 5th edition of the Innorehab

SHANGHAI, Dec 11, 2021 – The finals of the 5th edition of the Innorehab was held in Shanghai Zhangjiang Robot Valley, Pudong New Area in Shanghai and was hosted by the Chinese Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine with support from Fourier Intelligence. Team “Grasp the Future with Your Hands” took first place in the competition with their work titled “Multi degree-of-freedom Fine Assisted Hand Rehabilitation Exoskeleton Robot”.

Winners of the Innorehab 2021

The Innorehab has been held for five consecutive years and has become a creative platform for the rehabilitation industry domestically. The competition aims to provide a stage for Chinese rehabilitation workers to showcase their creativity in the rehabilitation field, provide sustainable ways to industrialise their ideas and promote continuous development of China’s rehabilitation medicine. The competition also boosts the development of rehabilitation technology in China to a new level. Compared with previous years, the number of participants has reached a new high, with 45% increment in the “prototype stage” and 34% in the “design stage”.

Panelists for the Innorehab 2021

The top 10 finalists in the Innorehab 2021 covered a wide range of topics and interests in the rehabilitation field such as ideal companions for elderly osteoporosis patients, social assistance robots for children with autism spectrum disorders, pelvis assisted exoskeleton system, and the intelligent closed-loop control cupping device. The intelligent closed-loop control cupping device took the runner-up spot, perfectly showcasing the combination of traditional Chinese medicine with modern technology. The amazing cooperation between a team of engineers and clinical frontliners successfully won the third place with their retractor.

The winning team came from the Institute of Automation of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Their multi degree-of-freedom fine assisted hand rehabilitation exoskeleton robot fully embodies the innovative power of science and technology. Ao Lijuan, dean of the School Rehabilitation of Kunming Medical University, believes that this work has successfully achieved three degrees of freedom for the thumb with control of three motors.

Wu Yi, Director of Department of Rehabilitation Medicine, Huashan Hospital, Fudan University

Wu Yi, director of the Department of Rehabilitation Medicine at Huashan Hospital affiliated to Fudan University, pointed out that, “In the past 5 years, we have seen an increasing number of rehabilitation workers, students and groups participate in the Innorehab. We have found that the submissions have been more clinical, and the quality of the work has been improving. Some of the ideas and designs even successfully became an actual product.”

Alex Gu Jie, President of Fourier Intelligence Group

Alex Gu Jie, the President of Fourier Intelligence Group, commented that a large number of works have been relatively improved this year. “The submissions have really matured this year. We not only see drawings and sketches now, but we also seen many actual prototypes. This is very exciting for us as it means that people are taking this competition more seriously now.”

General Manager of Fourier Intelligence Global Hub, Owen Teoh, who was watching the live stream of the Innorehab, was very impressed with this year’s top 10 finalists. “This year’s finalists showcased really impressive innovations and ideas. I have previously attended the Innorehab in Shanghai a few years back and it was a great experience. We have since then work on bringing the Innorehab to other countries especially Malaysia, Singapore and Australia, and hopefully we will be successful with that in the near future.”


For investor and media inquiries, please contact:
Grace Ng,
Senior Marketing Manager,
Fourier Intelligence
Phone: +6016-245-1585
Email: grace.ng@fourierintelligence.com