This episode we talk exoskeletons: what are they being used for now?
What might they be used for in the future? And what happens when they’re everywhere?
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- Tim Pote, PhD student at Virginia Tech
- Greg Pote, Tim’s brother
- Dr. Bill Marras, professor at The Ohio State University & Director of the Spine Research Institute
- Larry Jasinksi, CEO, Rewalk
- Ashley Shew, assistant professor at Virginia Tech in technology & disability, and author of Animal Constructions and Technological Knoweldge
- Kim Sauder, graduate student in Disability Studies, author of Crippled Scholar blog
- Bill Peace, anthropologist & bioethicist, author of Bad Cripple blog
- The robotic exoskeleton market is poised to grow to $1.9 billion in 2025, compared to $97 million in 2016, says ABI Research’s Dan Kara.
- Berkeley BLEEX Exoskeleton
- Exoskeletons Won’t Turn Assembly Workers into Iron Man
- We Try a New Exoskeleton for Construction Workers
- The Exoskeletons Are Coming
- ReWalk Testimonials
- Cyberdyne’s Medical Exoskeleton Strides to FDA Approval
- This $40,000 Robotic Exoskeleton Lets the Paralyzed Walk
- For heavy lifting, use exoskeletons with caution
- Biomechanical evaluation of exoskeleton use on loading of the lumbar spine
- Exoskeletons for industrial application and their potential effects on physical work load
- The effects of a passive exoskeleton on muscle activity, discomfort and endurance time in forward bending work.
- The Exoskeleton’s Hidden Burden
- Walking is Over Rated
- The Obsession With Walking
- Exoskeletons as a Social Problem
- You Cannot Kill a Bad Idea: The Exoskeleton Lives
- ReWalk: A Plea for Common Sense