The EasyWalk Assistive Soft Exoskeleton Walker is a Bowden-cable-driven exosuit for physical rehabilitation and walking assistance. It is designed primarily as a tool for physically rehabilitating stroke patients. However, the company hopes to expand the usability to a broader array of mobility ailments.
The entire soft exoskeleton reportedly comes to 3kg as it does not include a rigid frame. The motors and controllers are housed around the waist of the user and provide actuation to the ankles. The controller also collects data sensory data with the goal of predicting the walking mode (flat, downhill, stairs, etc…)
The EasyWalk was first unveiled at the 84th China International Medical Equipment Fair CMEF (5.13-5.16) held in Shanghai.
Shanghai SiYi Intelligent Technology Co., Ltd, 2F, Building 13, 2388 Xiupu Road, Pudong New Area, Shanghai, website
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