The first children's exoskeleton is Spanish and is now ready for commercialization

By 12/05/2021 Portal

Eight years after starting development and clinical trials, the first children's exoskeleton is now a reality. The Spanish Agency for Medicines and Health Products has approved its commercialization for Spain and the rest of the countries of the European Union, as announced this Wednesday by the company itself, Marsi-Bionics, in a presentation event in Madrid attended by the Minister of Science, Pedro Duque, and the president of the CSIC, Rosa Menéndez. Elena García Armada, scientific researcher at the CSIC Center for Automation and Robotics and part of the jury for the Princess of Asturias Award for Scientific and Technical Research, founded the company in 2013 and has classified this certification as “the most important milestone since the founding of the company.”

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