Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Phoenix extremely lightweight exoskeleton from SuitX for home and clinics need to know.
Phoenix stands for innovation and enables people to stand up, move and communicate with others at eye level. Phoenix is unique and has already helped many people to stand up, move around and interact with others. You can make this exoskeleton modular and put on and take off the individual parts independently. A modular exoskeleton that allows the user to put on and take off the individual parts independently. It weighs only 12.25 kg and therefore allows extreme mobility. The maximum speed is 1.1 miles per hour. The battery lasts for a maximum of four hours of full activity. The SuitX Phoenix can be adjusted to fit different user sizes. The Phoenix exoskeleton can also be comfortably worn in a wheelchair.
SuitX was acquired and further developed by Ottobock in 2021. SuitX has raised a total of $7.1 million in 4 rounds of financing. The most recent funding was on May 11, 2021 in a Venture - Series Unknown round. SuitX is funded by 2 investors. Wistron Corporation and National Science Foundation are the most recent investors.
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