- An untethered ankle exoskeleton improves walking economy in a pilot study of individuals with cerebral palsy. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehab Engineering.
- Proportional Joint-Moment Control for Instantaneously-Adaptive Ankle Exoskeleton Assistance. IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehab Engineering.
- A Battery-Powered Ankle Exoskeleton Improves Gait Mechanics in a Feasibility Study of Individuals with Cerebral Palsy. Annals of Biomedical Engineering.
- Adaptation of Gait Energetics to Ankle Exoskeleton Assistance Within and Across Visits: A Clinical Case Series. IEEE 2019 Wearable Robotics Association Conference (WearRAcon).
- Verification of a Robotic Ankle Exoskeleton Control Scheme for Gait Assistance in Individuals with Cerebral Palsy. IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS).
Robotic Ankle Assist Device
If you are a researcher who studies mobility, movement disorders and their underlying neurologic function, our robotic ankle assist device (RA2D) provides efficient, on-demand joint torque. The RAAD is an untethered, go-anywhere system that can be customized for a wide variety of research questions.
30% faster walking speed
19% improvement in walking economy
50% better muscle coordination
Easy to program/use
<3 min to put on and go
Portable: use in/out of the lab
1 hr run time
Validated for varied terrain
Mobility data streamed to MATLAB
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