Exoskeleton for use in tactical industries such as military or police.
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Forge exoskeleton from ROAM Robotics for police, firefighters and the military need to know.
The modular PowerPack generates compressed air for the system and can be flexibly configured to meet the requirements of the application.
The AI-driven control software actively adapts to the user's movements to deliver power when you need it, and stays out of the way when you don't.
The pneumatic device that converts air pressure into torque usable by the body.
Supporting structure that attaches to the user's legs to help transfer power and provide stability and support to the user's knees.
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Tim Swift (founder) received his PhD from UC Berkeley, where he developed the technical basis for many of the exoskeletons in commercial use today. He was part of the original team at Ekso Bionics who invented a rigid exoskeleton for paraplegics. ROAM has received a total of $12 million in 2 rounds of funding. The most recent funding was raised in a Series A round on November 29, 2018.
ROAM is funded by 8 investors. Yamaha Motor Ventures & Laboratory Silicon Valley and Menlo Ventures are the most recent investors. ROAM has a post-money valuation in the range of $10 million to $50 million as of November 29, 2018, according to PrivCo. Sign up for a free trial to see the exact valuation and search for companies with similar valuations.
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