The deal includes the planned development of robotic-assisted orthotic and prosthetic devices, the companies said.
Ekso Bionics exoskeleton cleared for use with MS patients
The latest generation of the Ekso Bionics platform, the EksoNR previously received clearance for stroke and spinal cord rehabilitation in 2016, then acquired brain injury (ABI) in 2020
EVO from Ekso Bionics applies customer lessons to upper-body exoskeleton
EVO is the latest industrial exoskeleton from Ekso Bionics, designed to be lighter and more flexible than previous wearable robots. It was created with customer feedback.
Robotic rehabilitation and assistive technologies to revolutionize physiotherapy
As global demand for robotic rehabilitation and assistive technologies grows, developers must be aware of emerging applications. Transparency Market Research offers examples of areas of interest.
Ekso Bionics introduces EksoNR exoskeleton for neurorehab
Ekso Bionics, the Richmond, Calif.-based developer of medical and industrial exoskeletons, today unveiled EksoNR, the next-generation version of its EksoGT. The EksoNR is designed to help patients who are recovering from stroke or other conditions learn to walk again with a more natural gait. The EksoNR includes new features to help physical therapists and patients…
Industrial exoskeletons expand worker capabilities, to help healthcare
Many of the most visible demonstrations of exoskeletons have been for assisting people with disabilities. However, limitations of weight, power, and cost have resulted in slow rates of adoption. In the meantime, the technology continues to advance, with industrial exoskeletons providing application experience. While the majority of today’s $130 million wearable robotics market is for…
Ford Adding EksoVest Exoskeletons to 15 Automotive Plants
After successful pilots at two plants in Dearborn, Michigan the past 16 months, Ford is rolling out 75 upper body EksoVest exoskeletons across 15 automotive plants worldwide. The automaker has partnered with Ekso Bionics to augment its employee’s capabilities in the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Romania, China and Thailand in the coming months. The is the largest…
Updated Robotics Roadmap Presented to US Congress
Henrik Christensen, the KUKA Chair of Robotics at GA Tech and Chairman of the Roadmap project, Rodney Brooks, CEO of Rethink Robotics, Pete Wurman, CTO of Kiva Systems, and Russ Angold, CTO of Ekso Bionics all presented the new Roadmap to a packed gallery of the Robotics Caucus of the US Congress. From left: Pete Wurman,…