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FreeGait active exoskeleton from BAMA Teknoloji

FreeGait is an exoskeleton device designed to help people with walking disabilities mobilize and regain lost motor function.

Functions and advantages

Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the FreeGait active exoskeleton from BAMA Teknoloji need to know.


FreeGait is an exoskeleton device designed to mobilize people with walking disabilities and regain lost motor functions. FreeGait aims to move the patient by actively controlling the hip and knee joints of the tethered person. FreeGait® allows the use of patients with different sizes and weights with its adjustable femur length, tibial length, hip width and interchangeable patient connectors. FreeGait provides an uninterrupted rehabilitation option thanks to its two interchangeable batteries.

What is FreeGait?

FreeGait is an exoskeleton device designed to mobilize patients with walking disabilities and to recover lost motor functions. - FreeGait allows the patient to control walking through hip and knee joints. - With its adjustable femur length, hip width and adjustable connectors, FreeGait allows for use by patients of different heights and weights. - With its two interchangeable battery interfaces, FreeGait allows for uninterrupted rehabilitation.


The system is controlled by the patient using the crutch control and/or the controls assigned to the operator. FreeGait® provides the patient with the ability to stand, sit, walk, go up and down, and turn left and right. The balance of the device and the user is ensured by the crutches crutches controlled by the patient, and the handles on the device to facilitate the operation of the operator and ensure the safety of the patient safety. In order to use the device effectively, the child must learn to control the weight

Technical details:
  • 160 cm to 190 cm
  • Max. 100 kg
  • Uninterrupted rehabilitation with an uninterrupted rehabilitation with a dual construction system
  • Standing possible
  • Approach step and walk possible
  • Ascent and descent possible on the stairs
  • Left and right rotation possible
  • Wireless crutch control unit with display, sound and vibration
  • Wired control panel with display for advanced control
  • Built-in audio function and switch for hand control of the device for advanced control
  • RJ 45 for logging, updating and control of firmware
  • Structure and housing mainly made of aluminum
  • Biocompatible PA12 sheets and textiles Parts for skin contact surfaces Hard case with everything included
  • Device stand
  • Ready to use complete device
  • Battery packs
  • 1 Charging adapter
  • 1 wired control unit
  • 2 crutches, one with control unit
  • Crutches
  • Charging cable
  • 2 sets of cushions for torso padding
  • Additional cushions for leg straps

Lightweight, easy to carry, not roomy Ready to use after 10 minutes of preparation Precise adjustment of hip, thigh and leg dimensions to fit each patient Allows walking on real floor Suitable for both acute and chronic rehabilitation periods Guaranteed acute patient participation A battery system with a one-hour charge time and dual infrastructure for uninterrupted rehab Convenient operation via crutches and controls Adjustable stride size and speed Composite footplate to ensure ground contact in transition position


FreeGait® is a specially designed exoskeleton system that supports people with spinal cord injuries in their rehabilitation. The main goal of this system is to improve patient mobility and function by providing adjustable support that can be adapted to different body sizes. However, it is important to note that FreeGait® is intended for use in controlled clinical environments such as gait labs or rehabilitation centers under the supervision of medical professionals.


The exoskeleton system is controlled via a forearm control, which can either be assigned to the operator or used by the patient. It is of great importance that the device is used according to the instructions and under the guidance of trained professionals, as it is not suitable for personal use. By using FreeGait®, patients are able to stand, sit, walk, climb stairs and turn in both directions. This allows for improved overall mobility and functionality.


The FreeGait® system provides adjustable support to meet the individual needs of each patient. Adjustment options include adjustment of leg length, body weight distribution and walking speed. These adjustments allow the patient to make optimal use of the system and achieve effective rehabilitation.


However, the use of FreeGait® requires careful monitoring and guidance by healthcare professionals. The system should only be used under their supervision to ensure that it functions properly and does not cause harm to patients. The professionals can also monitor the patient's progress and adjust the therapy accordingly.


Overall, FreeGait® is an innovative exoskeleton system that aims to improve the mobility and function of people with spinal cord injuries. Through its adjustable support and versatile functions, it enables patients to advance their rehabilitation and improve their quality of life. With proper supervision and guidance from healthcare professionals, FreeGait® can be a valuable tool in the rehabilitation of patients with spinal cord injuries.

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For whom is the FreeGait suitable and for whom not?

FreeGaits is appropriate for: Spinal cord injury (T3 and below for complete injury or incomplete spinal cord injury with upper extremity function sufficient for Canadian use), Cerebro Vascular Event (SVO), hemiplegia, head trauma, lower extremity paralysis due to neurological disease, or for use in rehabilitation for loss of strength is an exoskeleton system designed to improve mobility and function. With its adaptable structure for different body sizes, it allows for use with multiple patients in a controlled clinical setting (e.g., gait lab, rehabilitation center) under the supervision of a healthcare professional. The device must be used under the supervision of trained personnel and in accordance with the operating instructions provided with the device. The device is not suitable for personal use. The system is controlled by the patient using the hand control placed on the sofa and/or the controls assigned to the operator. FreeGait allows the patient to stand, sit, walk, go up and down, and turn left and right. Balance of the device and the user is provided by patient-controlled canes and handles attached to the device to facilitate operator use and ensure patient safety. FreeGait is an exoskeleton system used in the rehabilitation of spinal cord injuries and designed to provide mobility and function. Its adaptable design allows for versatile use in a controlled clinical environment (e.g., gait lab rehabilitation center) under the supervision of medical professionals. The device should only be used under the supervision of trained personnel and in accordance with the instructions for use, which are included with the device. The device is not for personal use.


Make sure the patient meets all of the following requirements before using the device:


  • Ability to use crutches or walkers with hands, arms, and shoulders
  • Healthy bone density
  • No fractures in the skeletal system
  • Ability to stand with the aid of a device (e.g., standing aid with harness).
  • General good health
  • Body height between 160 cm and 190 cm
  • Weight of not more than 100 kg





  • Patients with severe neurological disorders other than spinal cord injury (MS, CP, ALS, etc.).
  • The simultaneous occurrence of multiple serious medical conditions; infections, circulatory problems, cardiopulmonary problems, and pressure ulcers
  • Severe spasticity (Ashworth 4)
  • Unstable spine or unhealed fractures of the arm, leg/pelvis
  • Heterotopic ossification
  • Severe contractures
  • Presence of psychological/cognitive conditions that would prevent proper use of the device.
  • Pregnant

Company information

Facts & Figures

MAMA was founded in 2010 and produces exoskeletons as well as other solutions such as active knee prostheses, public disinfection devices, intelligent drones and serious game design. BAMA Technology is an R&D company established in 2010 in Ankara to develop robotic rehabilitation systems. BAMA Technology is certified to ISO 13485:2003, which certifies compliance with international standards for medical device design, production and service. This legislation establishes the standards used in many countries around the world to protect patient health and safety. RoboGait and FreeGait products manufactured by Bama Technology have CE certificates attesting to their compliance with European legislation on the protection of patient health and safety in medical devices. BAMA is the first and only local company operating in the field of rehabilitation robotics in Turkey.

Company address

  • BAMA R&D (R&D)
  • Universities Mh.
  • METU Teknokent GALYUM Blok
  • Bodrum Cat No:12
  • 06800 METU /Çankaya/Ankara

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