While much of the interest and investment in healthcare robotics focuses on surgical systems, nonsurgical applications are also maturiing.
Exoskeleton companies have long been working with healthcare coverage providers to develop general coverage policies for exoskeletons. But many providers still look at exoskeletons on a case-by-case basis. ReWalk Robotics, a developer of medical exoskeletons for individuals with lower limb disabilities, said it is making some progress with a group of German statutory health insurers…
ReWalk Robotics has completed a fundraising round to continue its research and development around the ReWalk exoskeleton and ReStore rehabilitation device, as well as business functions.
Annual technology showcase attracting major robotics manufacturers beyond the consumer focus.
Powered exoskeletons can assist humans with lifting up to 200 pounds in industrial and dangerous settings.
EksoNR helps patients with strokes or other conditions to learn to walk again.
How exoskeletons and robots are augmenting human capabilities in the industrial workforce.
Human worker augmentation driving growth of passive exoskeletons, research firm says.
CEO Jack Peurach chats with us about exoskeletons, rehabilitation devices, and entering industrial applications.
Building advanced robotic applications a goal for many companies displaying at the show.
The company will develop variations of its Guardian XO exoskeleton for military use.
Every automation business or user of robotics wants to know where the technology and markets are heading. Here are our predictions.
Logistics robotics, surgical robots and autonomous vehicle developers all score big in a post-Thanksgiving funding spree.
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.
Exoskeleton entrepreneur Amit Goffer is well-known for his work on the ReWalk system. UPnRIDE, his latest project, is intended to provide full mobility in a standing position.
maxon precision motor’s new actuator is compact, accurate, and light, making it ideal for hip and knee exoskeletons.
Self-driving tech again scored big money this week, but so did medical robotics firms and companies developing AI software.
Military exoskeletons are being developed by China and Japan, which reverse their leadership roles in comparison with civilian exoskeleton development.
Exoskeleton development is an area of technology R&D where China and Japan are pursuing different paths, with implications for military, industrial, and healthcare use.