California-based ‘suitX’ is a venture capital, industry and government funded start-up bringing advanced accessible exoskeletons to industrial and medical markets.
The suit could change lives
Start-up ‘suitX’ make a range of 5 modular suits. They reduce the workload of the wearer by taking the strain from the muscles and joints. Some are designed for manual workers, while the ‘Phoenix’ (featured) is intended for people with mobility disorders, allowing them to walk again.
Other suits are designed for manual labour
Other suits in the range are designed for manual labour, heavy lifting, and repetetive tasks, reducing the possibility of fatigue or injury.
The benchmark for exoskeletons
The company say of the ‘suitX‘ exoskeletons on their website;
- Affordable – State-of-the-art embedded intelligence makes our products accessible and practical.
- Modular – Users have choices; they have the freedom to choose a module tailored for their intended activity.
- Quality of Life – The exoskeletons have been developed to solve common consumer problems.
- Continuous R&D – Research and development, they say, are the cornerstones of this company and guarantee cutting edge, quality products.
Become a Phoenix Test Pilot!
'suitX' is seeking enthusiastic test pilots with Spinal Cord Injury levels from T4 to L5 to test their latest medical exoskeleton, Phoenix. This is a potentially life-changing opportunity to advance medical exoskeleton technology, create awareness, and make a positive impact for people with limited mobility all over the world. If you or someone you know is interested, please contact 'suitX' by clicking the link.