The Phoenix, by SuitX, is the world’s lightest and most affordable exoskeleton.
On Saturday February 6th, suitx was awarded first place in the international division of the UAE AI Robotics for Good Competition! There were over 660 entries in the international category of the event.
When a BMX bike accident broke Steve Sanchez’s back a decade ago, he was paralyzed instantly. He has needed a wheelchair ever since. But now he can have more mobility than he ever hoped.
Paralyzed below the waist from a car accident four years earlier, Austin Whitney did the unthinkable in 2011. He stood up from his wheelchair and walked 10 feet across the stage to get his diploma during a graduation ceremony at the University of California, Berkeley.
Thanks to our affordable exoskeletons, persons with mobility disorders can enjoy activities they could not previously.
Steven Sanchez shares his experience of being a test pilot for our exoskeletons
SuitX (U.S.Bionics) has received a SBIR Phase II grant for almost $750,000 from the National Science Foundation. U.S. Bionics was awarded this grant after the successful completion of research and demonstrating the commercialization potential of its technology during the Phase I grant period.
On Wednesday, November 18th, SuitX (US Bionics) received the third place award for MAX Industrial System at the NOVA Innovation Competition hosted by Saint Gobain.