The UAN.GO Exoskeleton is a powered wearable robot for gait training and physical rehabilitation made by Italian startup U&O.


The UAN.GO is a hip-knee-powered exoskeleton for gait training. It can reproduce highly personalizable movements. It is meant as an innovative and unique rehabilitation tool.

UAN.GO is a CE-certified class IIa medical device. It improves the users’ balance, step kinematics, and travel distance. It is an effective walking recovery and neurorehabilitation tool. The patient is retrained to move freely around. The exoskeleton is highly adjustable and can adapt to different patients without additional tools.

This wearable robot can be disassembled into three pieces for easier transportation. The onboard motors and sensors can record travel times, distances, speeds, and device use. The data is secured and can generate clinical reports that track and monitor patient’s progress.

Motor Functions:

  • sit to stand
  • single step
  • continuous walking
  • warm-up
  • climbing and descending stairs

U&O S.r.l. – Via Calestani, 5 – 29017 Fiorenzuola d’Arda (Piacenza) Italy, website

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