ReWalk Rehabilitation exoskeleton reaches the second version with new and improved features. ReWalk 2.0 was designed to be used by people with spinal cord injuries. Even is used by experimented or new users, the exoskeleton is a powerful tool that can be used to walk again and do various tasks.
Used in hospitals the exoskeleton could be used for more patients, it has a new system designed to decrease the time to exchange the suit. The new software allows the suit to fit and read the movements of any patient.
The second version has three improved features including a rapid exchange system, universal sizing, and beginner gait mode. The suit was redesigned to accelerate the process when the suit is exchanged. It has new sizing scale and less operations performed until the exoskeleton becomes functional. Since people have different heights is necessary to adjust the suit. The suit can be adjusted for size between 160cm -190cm in height.
For new users the software that controls the suit was updated with new functionality that improves the support for new user while they learn to use the ReWalk.
The second version of ReWalk was designed using the detached experience with patients. This new suit offers new experiences including a natural walking mode and comfort for patients.
The exoskeleton comes in two versions and is already available in Europe and waiting for the green light from the FDA in the US.
Once the suit sensors are connected to the body, it controls the movements of the legs using subtle changes in center of gravity and provides functional walking speed.