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    Ekso Bionics (formerly Berkeley Bionics), robotic exoskeletons, Richmond, California, USA


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    Published on Oct 6, 2010

    Berkeley Bionics: Introducing eLEGS

    Berkeley Bionics has rebranded. The company is now known as Ekso Bionics and eLEGS has become Ekso. To clarify, the device is an exoskeleton and the brand of the exoskeleton is Ekso, by Ekso Bionics. On Oct. 7, 2010, we unveiled the eLEGS Professional device, an exoskeleton for paraplegics or individuals with lower-extremity weakness who are committed to living life to its fullest. It powers you up to get you standing and walking.

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    3D-Printed Exoskeleton by Ekso Bionics and 3D Systems

    Published on Mar 28, 2014

    Watch Amanda Boxtel walk again after years in a wheelchair using the 3D-printed bionic exoskeleton by Ekso Bionics and 3D Systems.

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    The 1,000,000 Step Milestone

    Published on Dec 21, 2012

    With the holidays upon us and a new year on the horizon, it seems fitting to reflect on the achievement of another significant milestone for Ekso Bionics and the individuals our technology serves. To date, over one million steps have been taken that would not have been possible without Ekso.

    When the Ekso team began developing this technology seven years ago, our vision was that one day robotic exoskeletons would be a viable and accessible option for the millions of wheelchair users who wanted the option to stand up and walk. Thanks to the dedication and passion of our employees, our Ekso Center partners, and the individuals who have imparted their trust in us, yesterday's vision is becoming today's reality.

    But we aren't done yet. In fact, with so much opportunity before us, it feels like we're just getting started. My goal is that in 2022 -- ten years from our first shipment -- we'll be celebrating one million individuals having walked in Ekso.

    Here's to the dawning of a new year and the achievement of many more milestones to come.

    Happy holidays,
    Nathan Harding, Co-Founder and CEO

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    I'm Not The Robot: Exoskeletons For Paraplegics
    from Jan Sturmann
    June 9, 2014

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    Robot helping firefighter walk

    Published on Jan 6, 2012

    A firefighter who lost the use of his legs on the job is getting the chance to walk again thanks to a robotic skeleton.

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    Ekso - with Variable Assist (Rehabilitation Video 2014 UK)

    Published on Jun 27, 2014

    Ekso™ is a wearable bionic suit, to be used in rehabilitation, which enables individuals with any amount of lower extremity weakness to stand up and walk over ground with a natural, full weight bearing, reciprocal gait. It is intended for medically supervised use by individuals with various levels of paralysis or hemiparesis due to neurological conditions such as stroke, spinal cord injury or disease, traumatic brain injury and more.

    This video gives an introduction on how it works and also explains the Variable Assist function, a unique feature that allows clinicians to provide therapy to a wider range of clinical presentations including hemiparesis, and to explore the effects of various interventions by tuning the power contribution to either leg. This encourages patients to actively contribute to their recovery process and can challenge them with progressive rehabilitation.

    The video was recorded at Prime Physio, that is a Specialist Therapy Centre in the UK.

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    Ekso GT Variable Assist FRENCH SUBTITLE EMEA 2014

    Published on Jul 17, 2014

    Ekso™ is a wearable bionic suit, to be used in rehabilitation, which enables individuals with any amount of lower extremity weakness to stand up and walk over ground with a natural, full weight bearing, reciprocal gait. It is intended for medically supervised use by individuals with various levels of paralysis or hemiparesis due to neurological conditions such as stroke, spinal cord injury or disease, traumatic brain injury and more.

    This video gives an introduction on how it works and also explains the Variable Assist function, a unique feature that allows clinicians to provide therapy to a wider range of clinical presentations including hemiparesis, and to explore the effects of various interventions by tuning the power contribution to either leg. This encourages patients to actively contribute to their recovery process and can challenge them with progressive rehabilitation.

    The video was recorded at Prime Physio, that is a Specialist Therapy Centre in the UK.

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    Ekso Bionics takes 15 million steps

    Published on Dec 23, 2014

    Ekso Bionics has much to celebrate this holiday season, including the achievement of a very meaningful milestone. To date, individuals have taken over 15 million steps, not otherwise possible, in an Ekso Bionics robotic exoskeleton.

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