How robotic exoskeletons could save disabled children from a life in wheelchairs
It was bleak medical diagnosis for his young nephew that put the idea in Manmeet Maggu’s head to launch a startup focused on robotic exoskeletons for children.
A few years ago, Maggu and Trexo Robotics co-founder Rahul Udasi were still undergraduates at the University of Waterloo. That’s when they found out Maggu’s nephew had been diagnosed with cerebral palsy - and that he might never be able to walk as a result.
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How robotic exoskeletons could save disabled children from a life in wheelchairs originally appeared on BGR.com on Sat, 20 Jan 2018 at 11:20:58 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.