DREEVEN is a motorized orthosis for mobility assistance (powered knee orthosis) by the startup REEV.


REEV’s mission is to “create a lightweight, discreet and intelligent exoskeleton that would be able to overcome the limitation of current exoskeletons and reach as many people as possible.” The DREEVEN is a “light motorization for medical orthosis coupled with artificial intelligence algorithms to provide personalized assistance to reduce the efforts required to walk, stand up, sit down, or take stairs.” Effectively a powered knee exoskeleton, it is designed for both indoor and outdoor use.

REEV is building its sensor and exoskeleton products to “help [the] millions of people affected by neurological gait disorders after strokes, multiple sclerosis or paraplegia to overcome their daily disability by becoming more autonomous and independent in their movements.”

REEV SAS, Toulouse, France, website

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