Ekso Bionics

Body Location

Worn on the Body

Primary Application

Medical, Fitness & Industrial

About Ekso

The Ekso Bionics is a wearable bionic suit that enables individuals with lower extremities injuries to walk and stand up. Walking is achieved by the user's shift in weight to activate the sensors in the device which then initiate steps. Battery-powered motors drive the leg, enabling it to assist the deficient muscles. The exoskeleton system is intended for medical usage as in rehabilitation and clinical assistance. It also includes step generator software to help patients achieve their optimum walking capabilities. The suit is designed to be convenient and adjustable thanks to comfortable straps and push buttons.


Esko Bionics

Device Name


Product Release



No Announcement Yet

Ekso Network


Motor & Undisclosed

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery





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