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Roam Robotics Relies on Air for Flexible, Affordable Wearable Robots
Roam Robotics is working to improve knee mobility with its lightweight, pneumatic-powered Ascend wearable orthosis, which it is developing in parallel with the Forge military device.

Ekso Bionics Expands Partnership With Kindred Healthcare for Exoskeleton Orders
Ekso Bionics will be providing its EksoNR exoskeleton for neurorehabilitation in four of Kindred's long-term, acute-care hospitals in Florida.

Harmonic Bionics Raises $7M Series A for Upper-Extremity Exoskeleton
Harmonic Bionics, whose Harmony SHR wearable device is designed for rehabilitating people with upper-extremity impairments, has raised money to commercialize the exoskeleton.

Top 10 Robotics Transactions of April 2021
Even not including the largest deals in AI and autonomous vehicles from April 2021, the month still featured multimillion-dollar transactions in exoskeletons, delivery robots, and surgical systems.

Sarcos Robotics CEO Discusses SPAC Merger, Bringing Guardian XO Exoskeleton to Market
Sarcos Robotics, which obtained $496 million in capital through a special-purpose acquisition company, is on track to commercialize its Guardian XO industrial exoskeleton.

Sarcos Robotics to Merge With SPAC Rotor Acquisition as It Commercializes Exoskeleton
The deal between Sarcos Robotics and Rotor Acquisition will help bring the Guardian XO industrial exoskeleton and Guardian XT teleoperated robot to market.

Myomo Device Passes First Phase of Brain-Computer Interface Clinical Trial
Myomo said that Thomas Jefferson University has successfully demonstrated that a stroke patient could control a powered MyoPro device with brain signals.

University of Waterloo Research Team Uses Maple, MapleSim to Support Autonomous Vehicle Development
The Motion Research Group at the University of Waterloo's Centre for Automotive Research (WatCAR) has been contributing to the body of research around autonomous vehicles by working on a project...

Exoskeletons on the Move
Sensors, CAD models and human-based designs advance wearable exoskeletons.



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