Trexo Robotics Building Robots to Help People Walk

Manmeet Maggu (Trexo Robotics)
Trexo Robotics is on a mission to help children with disabilities walk. See the latest wearable robot from these researchers at the University of Toronto.

Robotic Walker is $29,000 or leased for $1000 per month.

The robots can help disabled children and adults to walk much further. Some patients go from a few steps to thousands per day.

They can adjust the support level depending upon how much help the patients need.

It can be a lifestyle companion.


Manmeet is the Co-Founder and CEO of Trexo Robotics. His commitment to helping his nephew walk drove the vision for Trexo and continues to guide his leadership style within the company. Manmeet co-founded Trexo during his MBA at the Rotman School of Management.

Prior to the MBA, Manmeet completed a Mechatronics Engineering degree at the University of Waterloo and has worked at several corporations including Blackberry (RIM), Qualcomm and others. He also brings experience as a project manager at Tracan Electronics where he helped carry hardware projects through the entire product development lifestyle. Manmeet strongly believes in robotics for the betterment of limited technologies.

SOURCE – Live coverage of Trexo Robotics Demo at TechCrunch Robotics+AI 2019
Written by Brian Wang,