We all dream of places to go, things to do – or do again - but our body has its own natural barrier.
The invention of exoskeletons was the first major step towards crossing that barrier, and now we are ready to take the next.
Being industry pioneers we always thought that exoskeletons are only as good as the number of people you can put them on. So our approach is fundamentally different. For the first time, exoskeletons will have the right weight and the right cost to go with you in the world. So it’s called ROAM for that reason.
ROAM will make a difference to a soldier on the ground. Or to the factory worker that needs to take care of his knees.
But for most people ROAM means getting back what most of us take for granted: To be able to get up again, to stand, or taking an evening stroll; simply to keep ROAMing.
By changing everyday mobility ROAM is a new chapter in patient rehabilitation, elderly care and life in general.
What moves you?