Technology will reduce workload in nursing and rehabilitation and contribute to a more intensive and individualized patient care. Nowadays, robots are already taking on physically demanding tasks that often lead to occupational diseases for nursing staff.

In the longer term, robots will also become available to households, making it easier for people with physical disabilities to live in their own homes. After an introduction and an initial training phase by a professional specialist, a rehabilitation patient can perform his exercises with a robot as a training partner.