Exoskeleton Companies

Map of Exoskeleton Companies

Abstract Map of Exoskeleton Companies in 2015

Map of companies, businesses and startups involved with exoskeleton technology from around the world.  All entries have been divided into entities with a heavier focus into rehabilitation or able-body user augmentation.  Use the map controls to navigate or open in a full window.

North America:

Alter G
48438 Milmont Dr,
Fremont, CA 94538
USA

Ekso Bionics
USA

Otherlab Orthotics
3101 20th St,
San Francisco, CA 94110
USA

US Bionics
2806 Ashby Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94705
USA

Sarcos (Salt Lake City Office)
360 Wakara Way
Salt Lake City, UT 84108,
USA

Parker Hannifin (HQ)
6035 Parkland Blvd,
Mayfield Heights, OH 44124
USA

Lockheed Martin (HQ)
6801 Rockledge Dr,
Bethesda, MD 20817,
USA

StrongArm Technologies
160 Convent Ave,
New York, NY 10031
USA

Interactive Motion Technologies
80 Coolidge Hill Road,
Watertown, MA  02472
USA

Myomo Inc
One Broadway, 14th Floor – Cambridge,
MA 02142
USA

Bionik Laboratories
483 Bay Street Office N105
Toronto, ON M5G 2C9
Canada

Active Bionics
Ottawa, ON,
Canada

B-Temia
2750, Einstein Street, Suite 230
Quebec (Quebec) G1P 4R1
Canada

Bionic Power
2661 Lillooet Street
Vancouver, BC
V5M 4P7, Canada

 


Europe:

Marsi-Bionics
Ctra. Campo Real Km 0,2 28500
Arganda del Rey, Madrid,
España (Spain)

Kinetek
Via L. Alamanni, 13, 56010
Ghezzano PI,
Italy

RB3D
43 avenue de Paris
89470 MONETEAU
France

Hocoma
Industriestrasse 4
CH-8604 Volketswil
Switzerland

Noonee
Zurich,
Switzerland

Axosuits
Str. Balogh István nr.17,
Oradea, 410238,
Romania

20KTS+
5 The Terrace Mill Lane Sidlesham,
Chichester West Sussex PO20 7NA
UK

Kinetic Innovations
Faygate Cottage, Wimlands Lane
Faygate, Horsham RH12 4SP
UK

Ottobock 
Max-Näder-Straße 15
D-37115 Duderstadt
Germany

ExoAtlet
9 bld 1, Bolshoy Savvinsky lane,
Moscow,
Russia 

Againer
SIA “SKIPPI”, Ezermalas 49,
Riga, LV-1014
Latvia

Phasex AB
Room 99-421, Kungsbäcksvägen 47,
801 76 Gävle,
Sweden

Phasex AB
Isafjordsgatan 39B
164 40 Kista
Sweden

Asia:

BAMA Teknoloji 
ODTÜ Teknokent GALYUM Blok Bodrum
Kat No: 12 ODTÜ
ANKARA 06800
TÜRKİYE (Turkey)
0312 284 23 85
website

ReWalk Robotics
Kochav Yokneam Building Floor 6 PO Box 161
Yokneam Ilit 20692
ISRAEL
+(972) 4 959 0123
website

Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (HQ)
125, Namdaemun-ro,
Jung-gu, Seoul,
Korea 
02-2129-0114
website

Hyundai Motor Company (HQ)
12 Heolleung-ro
Seocho-gu, Seoul
South Korea
+82234641114
website

Panasonic-Activelink
1006, Oaza Kadoma, Kadoma-shi,
Osaka 571-8501,
Japan
+81-6-6908-1121
website

Honda (HQ)
2-1-1, Minami-Aoyama, Minato-ku,
Tokyo 107-8556
Japan
+81-(0)3-3423-1111
website

Innophys
4 Chome-2-2 Kagurazaka, Shinjuku-ku,
Tōkyō-to 162-0825,
Japan
03-5225-1083
website

CYBERDYNE
2-2-1, Gakuen-Minami,
Tsukuba, Ibaraki Prefecture, 305-0818,
Japan

Daiya Industry
1125 Koshinden Minami-ku
Okayama City, Okayama
701-0203 JAPAN

Oceania:

Rex Bionics
58 Apollo Drive,
Rosedale Auckland 0632
New Zealand
+64 9 440 9741
website

You can also view as a list of exoskeleton companies in alphabetical order (A-Z).

 

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  • Hi Bobby, thanks for the reply! Seems like you know a lot about the exoskeleton market. Would you happen to know or recommend any of them with distribution in Asia?

  • Hey Bobby, can you kindly provide me rough idea of the soft exoskeleton industry as in the present scenario. Just a gist of the global market with few statistical idea of what application may have higher penetration of soft robotics.

    • Soft exoskeletons share about 99% percent of all the challenges that their rigid-frame counterparts do. As such, it is hard to clearly distinguish between an “exoskeleton industry” and an “exosuit industry.”

      For the sake of the conversation, the soft-exoskeleton-industry is where you want to provide movement assistance without much load transfer. Closing the hand is an excellent example: if the goal is to have a person close their arm and grasp an object then the primary objective is to provide the movement assist needed to close the hand and establish a firm hold, while transferring the weight of the grasped object is secondary.

      Using the logic above, soft exoskeletons are being reduced into practice as powered gloves, forward movement assist devices, and muscle assist devices that run generally in parallel with major muscle groups in the human body.

      The main market penetration is that exosuits are softer, smaller, lighter, and generally, less intimidating / easier to adopt.

  • Hi,

    My cousin has cerebral palsy. She’s used her arms to power through getting places all of her life. First by walking with canes, then going to a manual wheelchair after having kids, and now using a power chair. Unfortunately, at 60, her arms and shoulders are pretty worn out now. I’m looking for a device that would allow her to stand up from sitting so she can get in and out of her wheelchair/bed. Any suggestions?

    Thanks so much for your attention,

    Susan Shoup

    • Dear Susan,

      I am so impressed with your cousin powering through, raising a family and not letting get in her way. Eventually, the exoskeleton industry should be able to meet her needs and the countless many others. The entry price point for a walking assist exoskeleton at this point is still very high, roughly ~90k.

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