ARKE Robotic Exoskeleton with Alexa Integration

Meet the ARKE: a robotic exoskeleton for wheelchair users that helps them walk again. It comes with sensors in the feet and joints to simulate walking and maintain proper balance. It now supports Alexa, which means users will be able to use voice commands to interact with the robot.

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Fortune Magazine has shared more about this promising wearable device here.

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