Indego joins Ekso with FDA exoskeleton approvals

Indego is the result of 10 years of development by engineers at Vanderbilt University, funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development. In 2012 it was licensed to Parker Hann...
14 March 2016, by

Ekso Bionics goes public for $20.6 million

Rehabilitative robotics company Ekso Bionics announced today that it has completed a public offering which will provide $20.6 million in a 'reverse merger'. Funds raised will go primarily to expanding...
15 January 2014, by

Exoskeletons: New and old

With NASA's X1 Robotic Exoskeleton in the news today, it's timely to look at the increasing range of exoskeletons in development or use today.   X1 (NASA, IHMC) Built in conjunction with...
12 October 2012, by

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