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CSIC’s Child Exoskeleton Helps Users Stand, Walk

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Here is a child exoskeleton that allows kids dealing spinal muscular atrophy stand and walk. This robotic system weighs 12kg and has an aluminum and titanium construction. Its robotic frame attaches to the user’s legs and torso. 5 motors in each leg act as artificial muscles, helping users stand and walk.

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This exoskeleton adapts to children as they grow. It helps avoid issues associated with the loss of mobility.

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