The Rehabilitation Exoskeleton, developed in collaboration with the National University of Singapore, is designed to offer a cost-effective exoskeleton to aid in the rehabilitation of recovering stroke patients. The exoskeleton is strapped to the patient’s limbs and is able to guide the patient’s limbs during a gait cycle.

As the patient recovers over time, the inherent force-sensing nature of the exoskeleton is then able to progressively reduce assistance. Eventually, it is able to offer a small resistance to the patient’s movement, further strengthening the muscles through resistance training.