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Exosuit – Gait wearable exoskeleton

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Assistive exoskeleton helping stroke patients recover their mobility and independence

The Exosuit is an assistive exoskeleton designed to help stroke patients regain their mobility and independence. To date, there has been insufficient study and research into the rehabilitation of lower limbs and patients make little progress in recovering their mobility, meaning that the cost of the disability is enormous, both financially to society and in terms of reducing the quality of life of many of the survivors who become wholly dependent on caregivers.

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  • Mouhamed Zorkot

    Mouhamed Zorkot

    Santos Dumont Institute

    We are a team of engineers with experience in research and development in assistive technologies, motivated to make the research and technological innovations leave the laboratories and enter in the market, being accessible to the population. We love what we do and believe that our technology, through our startup, can enter into the market to fill the market pain. The value proposition is to help people through an exoskeleton with greater usability, safety, and effectiveness! Thus, it is possible to impact millions of people, from health professionals to patients, promoting quality of life and reducing spending on public health! This inspires us, this is our mission, and with the help of the Global Grad Show, we want to enter into the market and help people.more

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