The Ekso EVO is an upper body exoskeleton designed to reduce fatigue. It reduces work-related injuries to the neck, shoulder and back.
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Ekso Evo Upper Body Exoskeleton from Ekso Bionics need to know.
EVO's patented Stacked-Link structure has seamlessly followed the user's arm and elbow through the entire range of motion while providing proper joint alignment through repetitive motion. This wearable exoskeleton with the patented Stacked-Link structure is fully capable of extreme logistical positions - such as reaching directly above the head, across the body, or even into a back pocket for a phone.
EVO's heavy-duty adjustable actuators have proven to be extremely durable, with over one million cycles before they need to be replaced. The support level of each unit can be adjusted to suit the user and task by simply changing the set of compact gas springs. Depending on the task, different levels can even be selected independently for each arm.
Areas of application
EVO is covered by a 1-year limited warranty.
The goal should be to not want to lift more than without the system.
EVO helps you lift 5 to 15 lb. (2.2 to 6.8 kg) per arm. The system is designed to reduce fatigue, not awaken superpowers in you. The equipment to be carried feels much lighter all the same.
The creation takes only a few seconds and can be done independently.
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The company was founded in 2015 and is based in Hamburg, Germany. Ekso Bionics acquires the exoskeleton, human motion and control businesses of Parker Hannifin (Indego). Ekso Bionics has raised a total of $187.9 million in 13 rounds of financing. The most recent financing was on February 11, 2021, in a post-IPO equity round.Ekso Bionics is registered under the ticker NASDAQ:EKSO. Ekso Bionics is funded by 5 investors. Bridge Bank and Montrose Capital Partners are the latest investors.
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