Hocoma Armeo Senso is a state-of-the-art rehabilitation robot designed to assist individuals with arm and hand impairments. Developed by Hocoma, a leading provider of rehabilitation solutions, this device combines cutting-edge technology and ergonomic design to deliver highly effective therapy sessions. With its interactive and intuitive interface, the Armeo Senso provides patients with customized and engaging rehabilitation exercises that target specific muscle groups and help improve their range of motion, strength, and dexterity.
Highly Intensive Arm Therapy
Self-initiated, active, motivating, and repetitive arm movement in a 3D workspace for patients with mild to moderate impairments.
Versatile and Easy to Use
Easily adaptable to different settings and safely operated by patients.
Compact and User-Friendly Design
Mobile and portable with an intuitive user interface and workflow.
Enables group and Extra Time settings to maximize therapy time.
A hand module allows the patient to interact with the Augmented Performance Feedback exercises and train gripping function.
Optional Arm Weight Support – SaeboMAS mini
A table-mounted mobile arm weight support provides adjustable functional assistance during the exercises.
Part of a Modular Therapy Concept
The ArmeoSenso is part of the unique and modular Armeo Therapy Concept, the world’s first upper extremity concept that covers the whole Continuum of Rehabilitation…
… through a range of devices, each developed for a specific stage of rehabilitation—from early rehabilitation to long-term recovery.
Device’s dimensions [L × W × H]:
0.8 m × 0.8 m × 1.38 m (31.5 × 31.5 ×
Weight: approx. 82 kg (180.8 lb.)
Adaptability to Patients
Electric lifting column for comfortable
height adjustment (range: 400 mm /
Continuous adaptation to patient’s
– forearm lengths (elbow to handgrip):
290 – 390 mm (11.4 – 15.4 in., 230 -
370 mm for ArmeoSpring Pediatric)
– upper arm lengths (shoulder to
elbow): 220 – 310 mm (8.7 – 12.2
in., , 155 - 235 mm for ArmeoSpring
Continuous adaptation of weight
compensation force to patient’s needs
System platform compatible with
commonly used wheelchairs