An innovative robotic exoskeleton that actively assists people with mobility, i.e. standing up, walking and sitting down.
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Extra light exoskeleton from Able Human Motion for rehabilitation need to know.
The adaptation of the device to different users is quick and easy. The device is very user-friendly and can be adapted within 7 minutes. The ease of adaptation to different patient sizes and geometries greatly speeds up the process of switching between users. This exoskeleton is easy to use and can quickly adapt to different users.
The ABLE Human Motion Exoskeleton is currently undergoing certification.
Do I need to be trained to use the device?
A training program on the use of the ABLE Human Motion Exoskeleton is required to operate the device and is given to therapists when the exoskeleton is purchased.
I am a person with paraplegia, can I buy one to use at home?
The ABLE exoskeleton will be certified for use in hospitals and rehabilitation centers, not for personal use. The exoskeleton for home use will be launched in 2025.
Can a child use the ABLE exoskeleton?
The ABLE Human Motion exoskeleton is only available for persons between 1.5 and 1.9 m. Use is only permitted for persons 18 years and older.
The exoskeleton is delivered along with a mobile app to enhance the rehabilitation experience and enable more personalized and data-driven therapy. S
Able Human Motion's extra lightweight exoskeleton is ideal for rehabilitation and can be used both indoors and outdoors. It is designed to support the lower body and hips and provides additional stabilization for the legs and trunk. With this exoskeleton, users can stand, walk and run. It is especially suitable for mobile rehabilitation while requiring a power source. The weight of the exoskeleton is 17 kg, and it can be worn by people with a height of 159 to 190 cm. The exoskeleton is equipped with AI functions and offers CE marking. Note that an instruction manual is not available, but a trial package is offered by the manufacturer. Maintenance is required and the warranty is 1 year. The exoskeleton can be sold in Europe, and there is no minimum purchase. It is not oil, dust or water resistant and should not be used in temperatures above 30 degrees. The manufacturer's headquarters are located in Spain, where production also takes place. No maximum walking distance or residual muscle function is required for use. The exoskeleton supports both legs and has a battery charge time of 1 hour. The battery lasts approximately 3 hours and can be used up to a weight of 100 kg. The exoskeleton starts at EUR 60,000 net.
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People with spinal cord injuries at levels from C7 to L5 to perform ambulatory functions. It can be used by people weighing up to 100 kg and with a height between 150 and 190 cm. Able exoskeleton can be purchased by hospitals and rehabilitation centers from the European Union. The ABLE exoskeleton is certified to allow individuals with spinal cord injuries at the C7 to L5 levels to perform ambulatory functions under the supervision of a trained therapist.
The Barcelona-based company has already won more than 55 awards. ABLE Human Motion has raised a total of 2.1 million euros in 9 funding rounds. The latest funding was raised in a grant round on April 1, 2021.
ABLE Human Motion is funded by 8 investors. Horizon 2020 and Horizon 2020 are the most recent investors.
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