ExoAtlet II
Lower Limb Exoskeleton

ExoAtlet II is a gait training and rehabilitation device that is designed to improve walking function and independence in patients with SCI, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, the effects of a stroke, and those recovering from arthroplasty.

160-190cm
height of user.
Up to 8 hours after
full charging without break
Up to 100kg
weight of user.
29kg weight
of exoskeleton.

Easy Adjustment

ExoAtlet II can be adjusted to the user’s measurements. Adjustment for every user exceeds no more than 10 minutes.

Pelvis

Width Depth

Thigh

Length Circumference

Lower Leg

Length Circumference

Foot

Size

Multiple Training Modes

ExoAtlet II offers multiple training modes that allow active participation from the users. Not only can it train the users to sit down, stand, walk in place and walk, but it can also allow walking on stairs and other uneven surfaces.

ExoGait Assistance Control

Adaptive movement support depending on user’s ability.

Self-ExoWalking Mode

Movement can be initiated by the user’s efforts.

Integrated FES Module

12-channel electrical stimulation while walking for the user’s muscles and spinal cord to activate the locomotor neurons.

Stimulation is synchronized with each phase of the step

8 channels for the dorsal leg muscles.

4 channels for the front leg muscles.

2 of the channels can be used for spinal cord stimulation.

Stimulation is synchronized with each phase of the step

8 channels for the dorsal leg muscles.

4 channels for the front leg muscles.

2 of the channels can be used for spinal cord stimulation.

Ease of Use

Convenient way of controlling the data on training sessions, the analysis of which allows to tailor the rehabilitation sessions more efficiently to the user’s needs.

Ease of Use

Convenient way of controlling the data on training sessions, the analysis of which allows to tailor the rehabilitation sessions more efficiently to the user’s needs.