Intuitive, user-friendly robotic support for physiotherapists

Robotic rehabilitation system

huno is a robotic device for the rehabilitation and sensorimotor assessment of the lower limbs and trunk and allows users to perform assessments and exercises in both standing position, with bipodalic or monopodalic support for precise weight-bearing control, and sitting position.

huno is a modular robotic solution that is ideal for those with limited experience in robotic rehabilitation and can be integrated with further accessories, exercises and assessments, to expanding the rehabilitation paths in different settings, to provide the facility with a progressively more complete system.


The different configurations of huno system

huno provides patient assessment and a rehabilitation pathway for the trunk, hip, knee and ankle.

A new concept of rehabilitation featuring dynamic and interactive gaming-based exercises for improved patient stimulation and engagement, developed specifically for the orthopedic and sports rehabilitation settings.

Orthopedic treatment*

huno allows practitioners to focus on the orthopedic treatment of the trunk, hip, knee and ankle. The use of a mechatronic platform and position and force sensors allow to tailor treatment to the specific characteristics of the individual patient and offer superior quality through selective, targeted and efficacious intervention.
TRUNK: Low back pain, Back related pathologies, Lumbar stabilization, Spinal surgery, Vertebral fracture
HIP: Prosthesis, Fracture, Tendinopathy
KNEE: ACL reconstruction, Prosthesis, Tibial plateaus fracture, Cruciate ligament distortion, Meniscopathy, Meniscectomy, Patellofemoral syndrome
ANKLE: Distortion, Prosthesis, Achilles tendon rupture, Arthroscopy, Achilles tendinopathy
TOTAL BODY: Dizzy pathologies, Elongation, Contracture, Muscle tearing

*(Treatments are to be provided in a non-acute stage of the condition)

Rehabilitation pathway

huno incorporates assessment and rehabilitation into a single pathway that monitors improvements during therapy in real time.

Performance optimization

huno measures biomechanical parameters directly from the person and suggests rehabilitation or training pathways with personalized demands suited to the assessed level of functional recovery. In sport, functional index calculation and performance comparisons against reference ranges allow practitioners to identify an individual’s deficient areas, and huno subsequently uses this analysis as a basis to suggest the most suitable, customized path to enhance performance.

Effective rehabilitation starting from the acute phase

huno implements the fast track rehabilitation pathway concept, in that it makes it possible to start the rehabilitation pathway sooner after an injury or surgery (ACL, meniscectomy, lower limb fracture, hip/knee/ankle replacement, Achilles tendon disorders, ankle sprains, etc.) to promote faster functional recovery.

Customized rehabilitation

huno allows to accurately and easily select the treatment difficulty level and adapt it to the patient’s abilities. The personalized rehabilitation involves the use of approximately 150 exercises developed in accordance with the international guidelines of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA).

Automatic real time report

huno continuously records the rehabilitation pathway and generates detailed reports on the physical condition of the patient or athlete, allowing the monitoring of the entire physiotherapy or training path.

Artificial Intelligence and Big Data

By utilizing Artificial Intelligence, huno and its machine learning algorithms afford optimum personalization of the rehabilitation and training pathway. Artificial Intelligence applied to huno also allows the difficulty levels of each exercise to be adjusted in real time by monitoring performance.


Within the rehabilitation process, depending on the exercise being carried out, the patient uses different parts of the body (ankle, knee, trunk) to control the avatars generated on the screen in different game modes and versions. huno uses gaming-based exercises to stimulate the patient to improve on previously achieved objectives and scores, consequently accelerating recovery and transforming therapeutic exercises into enjoyable activities.

Fast Track And "Touch and go" Mode

The software of huno robotic system allows physiotherapists to implement treatment programs for the patient to carry out independently, with minimal supervision. The Fast Track mode allows immediate access to the preset programs and exercises, for intuitive and independent use in the gym.


In geriatrics, huno allows to work on postural control, proprioception and balance. It is also used for fall prevention and risk assessment in the elderly.

huno s

huno is designed with a modular approach that allows the technology to be adapted to different settings. Users can upgrade from huno to huno S by adding the robotic seat to complement the technology.

huno s expands the scope of use (assessment and treatment) to cover the whole of the orthopedic, sports and neurological settings by using the platform and the robotic seat either together or separately, and also ensures the possibility of performing core strengthening and core stability exercises.

huno s also promotes isometric and isotonic exercises for the spine and core strengthening, allowing the therapist to work in the very early stages of rehabilitation for orthopedic and neurological treatment of the trunk.

Data integration within the management system

The integration of huno-generated data into your facility’s “emr” (electronic medical record) system will be simple and automatic thanks to Movendo’s new HL7 interface, which is already active in clinical networks in America.

Our indexes:

Predictive, rehabilitative, functional

Specific medical field

In the biomedical field, Movendo Technology has a sound reputation for applying state-of-the-art robotic technology. Since its establishment, it has exploited this know-how to develop customized rehabilitation solutions in order to offer therapists and patients targeted rehabilitation programs for the functional recovery of neuromotor skills.

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Product technical data

  • Dimensions: 59 x 62 x 80 inches (150 x 160 x 205 cm)
  • Net weight: 639 lbs (290 Kg)
  • Maximum patient weight : 331 lbs (150 Kg)
  • Maximum input power:
    • 1400 VA (for SN>=190)
  • Power supply voltage: 115/230 Vac.
  • Nominal frequency: 50/60 Hz.
  • Maximum angular speed: 180 °/s.
  • Maximum inclination of bipodalic platform in all directions: ±18°
  • Maximum inclination of monopodalic platform in ankle configuration (sitting):
    • Plantar flexion/extension: ±30°;
    • External flexion/extension: ±18°;
  • Maximum inclination of monopodalic platform in standing position:
    • Plantar flexion/extension: ±18°;
    • External flexion/extension: ±18°;
  • Maximum robotic seat inclination:
    • Sagittal plane: ±13°;
    • Frontal plane: ±13°
  • Maximum transmissible torque, seat and platform: 200 Nm.
  • Inertial sensor battery APC0000001 
    • Power supply voltage and capacity: 3,7 Vdc 500mAh
  • Operating temperature: 50° F (10° C) to 86° F (30° C)
  • Storage temperature: 50° F (-20° C) to 86° F (70° C)
  • Ambient relative humidity: 30 to 75% non-condensing
  • Atmospheric pressure: No effect
  • Altitude: Maximum 6561 ft (2000 m)

Touch screen and acoustic feedback

Interactive interface (HD touch screen) providing visual and acoustic biofeedback by displaying information on trunk swing, weight-bearing distribution and seat and platform inclination. 

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hunova, huno and huno S, devices use gaming exercises to stimulate the patient to exceed previously achieved goals and scores, thus accelerating recovery and transforming therapeutic exercises into enjoyable activities.

The interface is mobile, allowing it to be used in both standing and sitting positions.


The interface on the tablet computer allows clinicians to plan the session best suited to the patient, consult individual patient reports and produce diversified pathways from the comfort of their office. The tablet also allows the user to set up the patient’s planned rehabilitation session remotely.

Wireless position sensor

When placed on the subject’s trunk (or other area of the body, depending on the exercise), it monitors the movement of the subject, providing real-time acceleration and rotation measurements.

Standard ramp

The standard ramp is one of the extra optionals available for hunova, huno and huno S devices and is useful when the robotic system is used to transport non-self-sufficient and wheelchair-bound patients. The ramp can be removed and stowed away when not in use. Total length of ramp + hunova: 266 cm (104.7 inches).

Fixed ramp

The fixed ramp is one of the extra optionals available for hunova, huno and huno S devices and is useful when the robotic system is used to transport non-self-sufficient and wheelchair-bound patients. The ramp can be positioned either in line with hunova/huno/huno S (180°) or perpendicular to the device (90°), depending on the space available. Length of the ramp: 163.5 cm (64.3 inches).

Sensorized robotic platform

The robotic platform allows exercises to be performed in both bipodalic and monopodalic modality. Partial weight-bearing exercises can be carried out using the monopodalic mode. It can be used for passive therapy (mobilization), active therapy (with elastic or fluid resistance), proprioceptive therapy and assistive therapy (intervening to complete the exercise when the patient requires assistance). hunva and huno S seats are equipped with a force and torque sensor and an offset sensor.

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Monopodalic configuration

Bipodalic configuration

Ankle sandal

Fits on the one-foot platform for ankle mobilization.

Knee and ankle stabilizer

When used in combination with the sandal, it prevents knee instability during ankle rehabilitation exercises.

Sensorized robotic seat

Induces both unidirectional and multidirectional movement with trajectories, speeds and ranges that can be set by the clinician. It can be used for passive therapy (mobilization), active therapy (with elastic or fluid resistance), proprioceptive therapy and assistive therapy (intervening to complete the exercise when the patient requires assistance). hunova and huno S seats are equipped with a force and torque sensor and an offset sensor.

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Adjustable seat

The seat adjusts to each patient’s position to ensure maximum comfort and correct performance of the exercises. hunova, huno and huno S all allow the user to memorize the seat position for each patient, so that the same optimal configuration is always available.

Two removable handrails

Can be selected to suit the exercise (in sitting or standing positions) to ensure safe support for the patient.