All Wearable Robots Companies

Agility Robotics
Agility Robotic's legged locomotion expertise is built on a history of academic research, including the bipedal walking and running robot ATRIAS. Agility Robotics is leveraging this work to create products that address the real world needs of rugged, efficient, and highly capable mobility platforms. Health & Sports · Wearable Robots · Future Tech · Science & Technology
Ekso Bionics
Ekso is an exoskeleton designed for people with lower-body paralysis. Using a combination of motors and sensors, it allows the user to walk over ground with a human-like gait. Health & Sports · Wearable Robots · Medical Robots
Open Bionics
Open Bionics is a robotics company creating affordable 3D-printed bionic hands for amputees, researchers and makers. Health & Sports · Wearable Robots
Parker Hannifin
Parker Hannifin Corporation, originally Parker Appliance Company, is an American corporation specializing in motion and control technologies. Health & Sports · Wearable Robots
ReWalk Robotics
ReWalk Robotics' mission is to fundamentally change the health and life experiences of individuals with spinal cord injuries. Health & Sports · Wearable Robots
Rex Bionics
Rex Bionics’ vision is to deliver mobility to wheelchair users through advanced robotics Health & Sports · Wearable Robots
suitX
suitX, which is also known as US Bionics, designs and manufactures both medical and industrial exoskeletons that are designed to solve common problems faced by workers and people with gait impairment to make everyday life better. suitX has received Series A investments, been awarded two National Science Foundation awards, and won a Saint Gobain Nova Innovation Award. Health & Sports · Wearable Robots

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