Robotic Exoskeletons Help The Paralyzed Walk Again – Design You Trust

Robotic Exoskeletons Help The Paralyzed Walk Again

Engineer Thomas Dwyer exhibits the new Bionic Exoskeleton with Amanda Boxtel, who is paralyzed, during its launch at the Excel Centre in London. The bionic device developed by Ekso Bionics is a wearable, battery-powered, robotic exoskeleton, designed to aid wheelchair users and those who have suffered from spinal chord injuries to stand and walk. (Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

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