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Stepping into the Future of Bionics [Industrial Activities]

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The application of robotics technology to physical rehabilitation is in need of a revolution. Many years ago, my thoughts along these lines began during my rehabilitation from knee surgery. While spending a few weeks on crutches, I thought there must be a way to apply robotics technology to mobility and rehabilitation needs. Finally, many years later, when I started working on a product idea, I still had no idea about most of the technology and business challenges that would need to be solved before bringing such a product to the market.

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Robotics & Automation Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:20 ,  Issue: 3 )