One of the world’s largest prosthetics companies debuted its first bionic exoskeleton brace at the start of 2015 (developed in conjunction with Ekso Bionics). More recently, Ottobock has developed the Paexo passive support exoskeleton line for work, industry, and occupation applications.
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One of the world’s largest prosthetics companies has been working on occupational exoskeletons since 2012. It debuted its first commercially available device, a passive shoulder support exoskeleton called Paexo Shoulder, in 2018. Since then the Paexo line of exoskeletons has been expanded to include supportive devices for the thumb, wrist, and neck. Most recently, Ottobock released the Paexo Back exoskeleton for manual material handling, particularly in logistics.