An exoskeleton for the disabled is a bionic prosthesis that allows whoever as lost their legs to get back on their feet and walk. In short, this is a robotic structure worn to support the body, designed, and developed to deal with permanent or temporary disability.
This revolutionary device can improve the life quality of paraplegic people, with spinal cord injuries or motor deficits. A number of models are already on the market, many others are still under development, but they all have a limit ... an approximately two-hour range.
We are working on developing a nyo®-specific unit for this type of use, capable of providing round-the-clock energy to ensure that in the near future the disabled exoskeleton will permanently replace the wheelchair.