ExoAtlet is the first Russian Federation medical exoskeleton.  It is being developed by the company with the same name.  This is a powered hip-knee exoskeleton.  The ExoAtlet is used for rehabilitation and personal use.

In 2016 there are over twenty ExoAtlet exoskeletons in circulation for medical and personal use.


ExoAtlet by ExoAtlet is a hip-knee powered medical rehabilitation and personal use exoskeleton.  It is designed for individuals with spinal cord injury and similar conditions that result in mobility impairment.  It has also been tested as a military augmentation suit in the past.  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 90kg (200lbs)
  • At least six months of recovery time past injury
  • Minimum required level of self-ambulation.
  • Ability to use wheelchair independently.

Design specifications:

  • Battery powered reciprocal gait assist device.
  • Control pad for the physical therapist.
  • Programmable parameters such as step length and speed.
  • Remote and built-in “smart crutch system” control.

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ExoAtlet, 1st Truzhennikov lane, Moscow, Russia, website

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