Commercial Exo Developer

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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.
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Location
Riga, Latvia
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The EduExo is the first STEM education exoskeleton kit.
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Location
Meilen, Switzerland
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EduExo

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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.
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Location
Seattle, WA
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HaptX Glove

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Ski-enhancement braces that use spring recoil to reduce stress and strain on the legs and knee joints especially during turns.
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Location
Faygate, United Kingdom
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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.
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Traña-Matiena Bizkaia, Spain
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Xnowers Ski and Snowboard Exoskeleton

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Roam specializes in lower-body pneumatic (compressed air actuated) exoskeletons. The company's first product is a commercial exoskeleton for skiing.
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San Francisco, CA
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Elevate Ski Exoskeleton, Ascend, Forge

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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.
Location
Seoul, South Korea
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G.E.M.S. (Gait Enhancing and Motivation System)

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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.
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Location
Menlo Park, CA
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Powered Clothing

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Tonus Tech is one of the few startups in 2020 in the field of commercial exoskeletons for everyday use. The company is working on prototypes for powered activewear pants for walking and hiking. The design goal is for an exosuit to evolve into a smart garment for electric-powered hiking with assistive torque to reduce effort.
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Location
London, Great Britain
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Tonus - powered garment for hiking torque assist

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