Commercial Exo Developer
Address: Riga, Latvia
Short Business Description: A small company that makes ski enhancement braces with gas-powered springs at the knees for shock absorption and weight transfer to the ski boots.
Address: Meilen, Switzerland
Short Business Description: The EduExo is the first STEM education exoskeleton kit.
Address: Seattle, WA
Short Business Description: The HaptX is a tactile feedback glove with a brake mechanism for each finger. Only time will tell if VR, gaming and teleoperation assist devices will become a part of the exoskeleton industry.
Address: Faygate, United Kingdom
Short Business Description: Ski-enhancement braces that use spring recoil to reduce stress and strain on the legs and knee joints especially during turns.
Address: Traña-Matiena Bizkaia, Spain
Short Business Description: Levier exo S.L. is focused on the consumer, specifically the sports wearables market. Levier is a new company that is not directly a spin-off from GOGOA Mobility Robots, although some of the partners are the same.
Address: Seoul, South Korea
Short Business Description: Samsung announced at CES 2020 that it is re-envisioning its hip exoskeleton as a commercial personal training wearable product. At the start of 2020, however, it is just a concept.
Address: Menlo Park, CA
Short Business Description: The Powered Clothing is based on SRI International’s SuperFlex technology which came after the conclusion of the DARPA-funded Warrior Web program. Seismic spun out of SRI International to explore Powered Clothing for a wide range of applications.