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ABB Launches Its Smallest Industrial Robot, the IRB1010, to Help Meet Smart Device Demand
October 13, 2022
ABB said its new IRB 1010 industrial robot can handle 1.5 kg payloads and consumes 20% less energy with an OmniCore E10 controller, helping manufacturers of wearable devices.
Cionic Raised $12.5M in Series A to Manufacture Its Neural Sleeve
September 29, 2022
Several months after the Neural Sleeve received FDA clearance, the company announced it has raised $12.5 million its Series A.
German Bionic On-Site Intelligence Collects Cray X Industrial Exoskeleton Data in Real Time
August 24, 2022
German Bionic said its Cray X exoskeleton and On-Site Intelligence feature can help workers and supervisors understand and improve performance in warehouses and other environments.
Cionic Works With fuseproject on Design of Wearable Neural Sleeve
July 19, 2022
Cionic, whose wearable device is intended to assist mobility for people with impairments, is working with Yves Behar's design firm fuseproject to prioritize the user experience.
Medical Robot Maker Myomo Paid Partial Technology License Fee From Chinese Joint Venture
April 18, 2022
With an eye toward expanding into the Asian market, Myomo recently announced it had received partial payment from a joint venture with Beijing Ryuzr Medical.
Cionic’s Neural Sleeve Gets FDA Clearance; Wearable Companies Reflect on Industry’s Future
March 8, 2022
Cionic’s new leg sleeve helps patients learn to walk again. It’s one of several companies making wearable technology focused on health.
Robotics Promises to Help People With Disabilities
March 6, 2022
The Paralympics are a good occasion to look at robotics, exoskeletons, prosthetics, and other assistive technologies in development.
ReWalk Robotics, Imago Rehab Join Massachusetts Funded Wearables Research With Harvard, Boston University
March 4, 2022
Massachusetts has awarded a grant worth $3 million to collaborators at Harvard, Boston University, ReWalk Robotics, and Imago Rehab to develop and commercialize assistive robotics.
Myomo Acquires Japanese Patent for MyoPro Wearable Robotics
February 21, 2022
Myomo has added a patent from Japan to its family of 20 global patents for the MyoPro wearable device, which is designed for both assistive and therapeutic use on upper limbs.
Wandercraft Raises Series C Funding for Atalante Exoskeleton
January 23, 2022
Wandercraft, which has developed the Atalante lower-body exoskeleton for rehabilitation and ultimately daily use, will apply its $45 million to continue commercialization.
Sarcos Moves Into New Headquarters and Production Facility in Salt Lake City
November 28, 2021
Sarcos, which is bringing its Guardian XO industrial exoskeleton and Guardian XT teleoperated robot avatar to market, has doubled its space for R&D, manufacturing, and demonstrations.
5 Ways Robots Can Help Warehouses Handle the Holiday Rush, According to inVia Robotics
November 24, 2021
Supply chains face many pressures, compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic and holiday peak, but the latest mobile robots and orchestration software can guarantee throughput, says inVia.
Cionic Feasibility Study Finds Neural Sleeve Provides Significant Improvement to Gait
November 10, 2021
Cionic said its Neural Sleeve is the first algorithm-powered bionic clothing to help people with neurological disorders regain functional movement in everyday activities
ReWalk ReBoot Soft Exosuit Receives FDA Breakthrough Device Designation
November 7, 2021
The FDA's classification of the ReBoot orthotic exosuit as a "breakthrough device" will help ReWalk Robotics move forward with regulatory approvals and commercialization.
Ottobock Acquires Industrial, Medical Exoskeleton Maker suitX
November 3, 2021
Ottobock and suitX are combining their portfolio of wearable assistance devices for both healthcare and industrial use cases. Their exoskeletons can augment or restore human capabilities.