The ExoAtlet II is the newest lower gait powered rehabilitation exoskeleton. Just like previous models, it is designed for individuals with spinal cord injury and similar conditions that result in mobility impairment. User requirements include:
- Requires adequate upper extremity strength to manage crutches and balance (this is a requirement for all non-tethered exoskeletons that are unable to self-balance).
- 160-190cm (5’3” – 6’3”) tall
- Maximum weight of 100kg (220lbs), which is a noticeable improvement over the original ExoAtlet
The controls of the ExoAtlet retain the “smart crutch system” but now also include a tablet for medical staff or operator. Furthermore, the ExoAtlet II is a cloud-enabled wearable robot. The exoskeleton utilizes the ExoCloud, a platform that provides doctors with user data and reporting on training sessions for further analysis and rehabilitation customization.
The ExoAtlet is CE Mark, and ISO:13485 certified.
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