The era of globalization requires industries in the field of health technology to continue innovating and develop appropriate technology without ignoring its quality standards. Local products are less comfortable to use, inflexible, nonergonomic and have a short lifespan. we design a study on ASTAKARA, a bionic hand for amputation of the lower arm. ASTAKARA has a modular system with several modular features that can be add or replace with material and production cost is below $50. Modular technologies that can be applied to ASTAKARA are arduino nano, servo motor, force sensing resistor (FSR) and lipo battery integrated with solar cell. The bionic hand can also used as an emergency powersource to charge a gadget. The results obtained are in the form of percentage 4 of the 5 Nielsen Model criteria and recapitulation of the USE Questionnaire. This research can be an innovation in developing bionic hand in the future.続きを読む→
Disable person with transradial (below arm) amputation.
Low Cost, Comfortable, Easy to use, Flexible size, Easy to maintain/ replacable component
Rilo Berdin Taqriban, Rachmat Suryadi Sastra, Muhammad Rifqy Fadhilla, Lutfiani Nuraida, Dian Raharjanti