A leap in affordability and power to weight ratio with Fabric Pneumatic Exoskeleton Technology

Roam Robotics wants to create light and affordable exoskeletons that will be usable by a lot of people for everyday use.

They are developing a new generation of robotic orthotics that are constructed entirely out of fabric. These devices omit the rigid materials used in traditional exoskeleton designs for inflatable structures using high-strength fabrics to greatly reduce part count and costs without sacrificing performance. The resulting orthotics systems provide power to weight ratios that are unmatched by existing exoskeleton systems at a fraction of the cost.

SOURCES- Otherlab, Roam Robotics

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