News - 20 May 2014
Ekso Bionics Holdings, Inc., a robotic exoskeleton company, announced today that three new studies were presented over the weekend by respected researchers from Bergmannstrost Center in Germany, The...
News - 9 Jun 2016
The world’s first pediatric exoskeleton specifically designed for children suffering from spinal muscular atrophy has been introduced by the Superior Council for Scientific Research (CSIC)....
News - 5 Feb 2016
Until recently, being paralyzed from the waist down meant using a wheelchair to get around. And although daily life is more accessible to wheelchair users, they still face physical and social...
News - 20 Apr 2013
The tragic April 15 bombing at the Boston Marathon took the lives of three people and has left dozens of people with serious injuries, many of whom have lost limbs.
News - 13 Dec 2010
The robotics firm Cyberdyne has come up with a body suit to help the disabled to walk. An exoskeleton robot device called the Hybrid Assistive Limb®), or HAL, a sci-fi related coincidence sharing...
Article - 22 May 2012
The principle for automated critical care technology for patients with spinal cord injuries is to give back sufferers an element of independence and normality.
News - 10 Jan 2019
Leading AI + IoT enterprise presents AI Video Doorbell and AI Pad
Tuya Smart, an "AI+IoT" developer platform that makes plugins to enable manufacturers to transform ordinary products into smart...
News - 9 Sep 2015
Lie Tang’s research has contributed to innovations such as tractors that drive themselves and robots that hunt down weeds. In fact, Tang has devoted his career to expanding the use of...
News - 13 Aug 2015
A University of Houston engineer has received funding to create a pediatric exoskeleton, designed to help children with spinal cord injuries and other mobility disorders walk.
News - 25 Feb 2015
A prosthetic hand controlled by the nervous system, robotic clothing to help people with walking, and biosensors to monitor how patients use equipment or exercise during rehabilitation are the focus...