Servus-RGS-Adapt Exoskeleton for the Disabled

servus-rgs-adapt-exoskeleton

Here is another exoskeleton that can help people who are disabled live life and move in a more independent fashion. The Servus-RGS-Adapt Exoskeleton works on flat surfaces and inclines up to 7-degrees.

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FraunhoferIPA has shared more info about the exoskeleton here.

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