(2 customer reviews)

The EXO-H3 is the third version of Technaid’s lower limbs robotic exoskeleton.  It is a powered hip-knee-ankle exoskeleton.  While it can be used for medical rehabilitation, the EXO-H3 is special compared to the vast majority of walking assist exoskeletons because it is designed as a research platform.


The EXO-H3 has an unusually in-depth technical brochure for a powered exoskeleton in 2020 which can be found on the company’s website: https://www.technaid.com/products/robotic-exoskeleton-exo-exoesqueleto-h3/  Hopefully, other exoskeleton developers will take note and also begin releasing a compare wealth of information on their wearable devices.

This is a powered hip-knee-ankle exoskeleton with a total of six motors actuating the wearable device.  The EXO-H3 can utilize both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wireless communication.  The mainframe is composed of stainless steel and aluminum.  The wearable robot comes with a combination of 16 positional, torque and pressure sensors.  The total weight with batteries is reported as 17kg with the battery.

EXO-H3 by Technaid, Calle cado de la Nao, 2 Nave12., 28500 Arganda del Rey, Madrid – España, Spain, website

Wearable Robots CA 16116 Logo This product description has been provided courtesy of COST Action 16116 Wearable Robots – Augmentation, Assistance or Substitution of Human Motor Functions – website

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2 reviews for EXO-H3

  1. Poramate Manoonpong

    The EXO-H3 is a good platform for research and development. We have used it for our research on rehabilitation. It can be interfaced to ROS and tested with developed controllers.

  2. Jose M. Azorin

    We are researching about the development of brain-machine interfaces for commanding lower-limb exoskeletons. In this research we are currently using the EXO-H3 and we are really satisfied with the device, especially for being an open platform.

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