Military Exo Developer
Address: Chichester, United Kingdom
Short Business Description: The MARINE MOJO is a new iteration of the SKI MOJO that has been re-designed to reduce injury and fatigue from the vibrations of fast-moving small marine craft. The MARINE MOJO is currently being tested by a number of Navies.
Address: Vancouver, Canada
Short Business Description: A spin-off from Simon Fraser University, Bionic Power specializes in a knee brace that harvests power while walking. The power can be used to run small devices or recharge batteries.
Address: Maynard, Massachusetts
Short Business Description: Dephy is a robot design firm with the primary goal of bringing humans Beyond Nature™. The company’s founders have extensive links with MIT biomechatronics research.
Address: Richmond, CA, USA
Short Business Description: Formerly Berkeley Bionics, over the last decade this company has worked both alone and in conjunction with various private and government entities. Ekso Bionics is one of the founding companies of the exoskeleton industry.
Address: Ansan-si, South Korea
Short Business Description: This company is a spin-off from the C&R Lab at Hanyang University with a range of prototypes designed for military, assistive or rehabilitation purposes. It is likely that Hexar has the most exoskeleton prototypes of any exo developer in the world.
Address: Delft, Netherlands
Short Business Description: InteSpring is both a developer of exoskeletons as well as a supplier to exo companies.
Address: Québec, Canada
Short Business Description: The company’s first exoskeleton is a tactical exoskeleton designed to provide a constant assistance to soldiers and operators.
Address: Prato, Italy
Short Business Description: Ricerca Italiana per la Difesa presso Mech Lab is a European designer of passive, load-bearing exoskeletons.
Address: Tempe, Arizona, USA
Short Business Description: The company has worked on several exoskeleton projects over the last few years with a focus on walking robotics.