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Fourier Intelligence Delivers Advance Rehab Robotics Center To WQ Park in Malaysia


Singapore-based technology firm Fourier Intelligence has delivered an advance rehab robotics center to the newly launched WQ Park in Kuantan, to empower accessible rehabilitation technology for Malaysia’s East Coast.


Fourier Intelligence said in a statement on Monday that the East Coast in Malaysia will now see a comprehensive range of advanced rehabilitation technology as the firm supplies its dynamic range of rehabilitative solutions to WQ Park.


This is in line with the recent launch of its advanced rehab robotics center (ARRC) in Kuala Lumpur, where Fourier Intelligence aims to utilize its new facility to serve as a direct waypoint for the domestic medical industry to obtain the latest advancements in rehabilitation technology.


In addition, it also aims to cater for the growing demand for rehabilitation technology globally.


“The World Health Organization (WHO) has estimated that over 1 billion people are affected by disabilities that impact their mobility and independence,


“By harnessing the power of robotics and engineering, we can transform countless lives and redefine the future of rehabilitation,” said Zen Koh, Co-Founder and Global Chief Executive Officer of Fourier Intelligence.


“At Fourier Intelligence, we aim to empower therapists and patients alike. We are glad that local institutions such as WQ Park are utilizing our devices to provide rehabilitative solutions to Malaysians,


“Through this, we believe that it will be able to assist and drive growth in Malaysia and the Southeast Asian Region,” he added.


Fourier Intelligence is a 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.


With its diverse portfolio of more than 30 products and 200 turnkey solutions, the firm specializes in developing advanced robotic exoskeletons and virtual reality-based therapy platforms to address needs for upper, lower, balance and movement impairments.


Coupled with gamified therapy, these innovations enable healthcare providers to deliver personalized and effective rehabilitation programs, improving the patient’s overall recovery outcomes and quality of life.


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