News - 3 Mar 2012
Kessler Foundation has partnered with Ekso Bionics to test the potential of a commercial version of robotic exoskeleton, Ekso.
The exoskeleton is a battery-powered, wearable device that is...
News - 17 Feb 2012
On February 14, Ekso Bionics delivered its first Ekso exoskeleton to the Craig Hospital in Denver. The Ekso is a battery-powered, wearable robot that is designed for paraplegics to help them stand up...
News - 18 Oct 2011
Kessler Foundation has chosen six participants from Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation to test the Ekso exoskeleton developed by Ekso Bionics.
The investigational studies of the exoskeleton...
News - 23 Aug 2011
At Vanderbilt University in Nashville scientists are working on a lower limb prosthetic that will allow amputees to walk with a more natural gait. The artificial leg which they have come up with uses...
News - 26 May 2011
Good Shepherd has been chosen as one among the top 10 rehabilitation medical centers in the US to take part in experimental trials conducted using a wearable, bionic robot called eLEGS....
News - 4 May 2011
A new research on ants indicates that even though they may march one by one they form a superstructure of thousands, creating a raft that puzzles the laws of physics. Ants contain exoskeletons that...
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...
News - 9 Dec 2010
Amit Goffer, Founder of Argo Medical Technologies, has developed robotic ‘pants’ that utilizes motors and sensors to enable paraplegics to stand and walk.
The robotic device serves as...
News - 6 Dec 2010
In an inspiring example of a disabled person helping others, there is Amit Goffer, an Israeli entrepreneur, paralysed in a car crash over 10 years ago, who has invented robotic trousers that can help...