Empowering mobility

and independence.

ABLE is a powered orthosis for spinal cord injured individuals that allows them to stand up from the wheelchair and walk again.

ABLE is the first lightweight, easy-to-use and affordable exoskeleton for people with lower-limb paralysis, that restores the ability to walk naturally and intuitively.

It helps in palliating health issues caused by sedentary lifestyle while boosting self-confidence and independence.

ABLE Human Motion ®

Lightweight

ABLE Human Motion ®

Easy-to-use

ABLE Human Motion ®

Affordable

In only 3 years we went from an idea to a functional prototype successfully tested in subjects with spinal cord injury.

· Idea from identified unmet need

· Definition of requirements and concept design

· System to detect gait events released

· Patent filing

· Conference paper publication

· Mechatronics joint released

· Clinical workflow

· Control software released

· Functional prototype

· Patent filing

· Market validation: 100 interviews with MDs, PTs and patients

· Management team composition

· Usability study with 3 SCI subjects

· Company incorporation

· Partnership with INGENIA & GUTTMANN

· Investor’s ready Business Plan

· Regulatory strategy report

· International Advisory Board

· Peer reviewed publication

· Patent license agreement

· Seed investment round

· Freeze Hospital Product design

This product is not CE approved yet,
is currently under clinical evaluation.

Coming Soon!

Presales in 2021.

Empowering mobility
and independence.

ABLE is a powered orthosis for spinal cord injured individuals that allows them to stand up from the wheelchair and walk again.

ABLE is the first lightweight, easy-to-use and affordable exoskeleton
for people with lower-limb paralysis, that restores the ability to walk
naturally and intuitively.
It helps in palliating health issues caused by sedentary lifestyle
while boosting self-confidence and independence.
Lightweight

Lightweight

Easy-to-use

Easy-to-use

Affordable

Affordable

In only 3 years we went from an idea,

to a functional prototype successfully tested in subjects with spinal cord injury.

  1. · Idea from identified unmet need

    · Definition of requirements and concept design

    · System to detect gait events released

  2. · Patent filing

    · Conference paper publication

    · Mechatronics joint released

  3. · Clinical workflow

    · Control software released

    · Functional prototype

    · Patent filing

  4. · Market validation: 100 interviews with MDs, PTs and patients

    · Management team composition

    · Usability study with 3 SCI subjects

    · Company incorporation

    · Partnership with INGENIA & GUTTMANN

  5. · Investor’s ready Business Plan

    · Regulatory strategy report

    · International Advisory Board

    · Peer reviewed publication

    · Patent license agreement

    · Seed investment round

    · Freeze Hospital Product design

This product is not CE approved yet,
is currently under clinical evaluation.

Coming Soon!

Presales in 2021.