A Modular Exoskeleton for the Disabled is Poised for the Market

A Modular Exoskeleton for the Disabled is Poised for the Market

Affordability and weightlessness serve as keys to the adoption of bionics

Leo Lutero
  • 5 february 2016

When thinking about exoskeletons for human limbs, usually it’s all about extending human capability, RoboCop-style. Startup SuitX is going the other way by trying to give paraplegics a chance to walk again.

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