Hank is a lower limb exoskeleton designed for rehabilitation of adults between 1.50 m. and 1.95 m. in height, with a maximum body weight of 100 kg, such as stroke patients following neurological injuries. It also can be used for gait compensation in patients who have paralysis of the lower limbs following spinal cord injuries. It is conceived for overground gait training in a clinical environment as a bilateral wearable device with six degrees of freedom (DoF), in which hip, knee and ankle are powered joints.
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Gogoa is a society located in Urola Garaia (Urretxu), that designs and manufactures wearable robotics to assist and rehabilitate the movement capacity of people with Acquired Brain Damage (ABD) or Spinal Cord Injuries and to increase the movement performance of humans