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.
EXO-H3 by Technaid, Avenida de Madrid, 84, Arganda del Rey, 28500, Madrid – Spain, website
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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