Our projects

Exoskeleton

In Austria, we helped to deliver a new piece of technology that allows people living with paralysis to walk again. The exoskeleton is a battery-powered suit that can be worn over everyday clothes. Electric motors move the legs and enhance or replace muscle functions. We provide subsidies in order for it to be widely used in therapy sessions across Austria.

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In collaboration with Gregor Demblin, initiator of tech2people, we brought the exoskeleton to Austria – a new piece of technology that allows people living with paralysis to walk again.

The exoskeleton is a battery-powered bionic “suit” that can be worn over everyday clothes. Its electric motors move the legs and enhance or replace muscle functions. It is used in the context of ambulant training exercises with physiotherapists.

Due to our sponsorship, the therapy sessions are available at a reduced price and thus affordable to a much broader audience.