H2i Client featured on DailyMail – The ‘Iron Man’ exoskeleton that can let disabled children walk again

A Canadian startup has developed a device that allows children with disabilities to walk.

A new exoskeleton from Tréxō Robotics consists of robotic legs that can attach to any walker and give kids with Cerebral Palsy, spinal cord injuries, and other immobilizing conditions the chance to escape the bounds of a wheel chair and move on their own.

While similar devices exist for adults, creating an exoskeleton for children came with unique challenges, and this is the first time it’s been done. Continue reading