SuitX Phoenix

Body Location

Worn on the Body

Primary Application

Medical

About Phoenix

The Suit X Phoenix is a lightweight modular exoskeleton designed to help people with mobility disorders to be upright and mobile. The device weighs 12.25kg (27lbs) and on a single charge may be used up to 8 hours intermittently. The speed of the Phoneix is dependent on the user. When tested a speed of 1.1 miles/hour was recorded. The suit consists of three different modules: a hip, two knee and two feet giving the user the ability to choose a single module or a combination based on their specific need.

Company

SuitX

Device Name

Phoenix

Product Release

November 2016

Price

$40,000.00 USD

Phoenix Network


Components

Motor

Power Source

Rechargeable Battery

Connectivity

Undisclosed

Compatibility

Android

Applicable Industry

Healthcare

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