AIDER For Children

The Buffalo Robot children’s lower extremity exoskeleton is the pediatric version of the AIDER.

Description

This powered hip-knee exoskeleton is intended for children. This wearable robot can be used independently or with a wheeled stabilizer that follows behind it. Like other devices of this family, it combines reproducible physical assistance with integrated sensors that can measure and evaluate progress. The manufacturer, Buffalo Robot Tech lists three training modes:

  • Sports cognition dual-task training.
  • Walking balance ability training.
  • Range of motion comprehensive training.

Meant to be used for kids with:

  • Paraplegia or spinal cord injury.
  • Lower limb dysfunction.
  • Ataxia caused by cerebellum or brain stem injury.

Buffalo Robot Tech Co., Ltd., No.888, Tianfu Ave, SiChuan, Chengdu 610213, China, https://www.buffalo-robot.com/

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