New study forecasts 8% growth over next 10 years, with $28B market by 2029.
Exoskeletons are getting lighter, smarter, and more useful in a range of industries, from healthcare and construction to the military. Here’s a rundown of vendors and users.
Parker Hannifin said it will commercially launch Indego in the US in the coming months. The powered exoskeleton is already commercially available in Europe, having received the CE Mark in November 2015.
At just 26 pounds, Indego’s design has no exposed cables or upper-body apparatus and does not require backpack mounted components.