Lower the number of workers injured on the job with EksoWorks!

That’s over 12,000 injuries per month or 4.5 million injuries per year. These injuries accounted for 104 million lost production days in 2017. The top category of injuries that resulted in lost workdays is overexertion due to lifting, lowering, and repetitive motions.

Introducing EVO: The next evolution of EksoVest.

EVO is an upper-body exoskeleton designed to increase productivity and reduce fatigue, with the goal of eliminating work-related injuries to the neck, shoulder, and back. Building upon the industry’s first industrial vest, EksoVest, EVO is the world’s most durable, assistive, and naturally-tracking vest of its kind.

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Let us do the heavy lifting for you with ZeroG.

EksoZeroG is a robotic aerial system that supports heavy power tools on aerial work platforms so workers have more endurance, accuracy, and safety. The powerful robotic arm bears the weight of heavy equipment, so workers don’t need to.

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Our origin story: past Ekso Bionics projects

Products like EksoVest, HULC, and the original Ekso rehab exoskeletons have paved the way to today’s Ekso Bionics device lineup. Read more about the products that have laid the foundation for today’s technology.

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Once we incorporated Ekso in our production process, we saw an immediate reduction in employee complaints and we saw a 25% reduction in worker breaks. Our employee turnover has been reduced to zero for this process in the four months since the implementation of the product. We found that we increased our throughput by 25% while reallocating employee labor to other departments.

Juan Manuel Estrada
Operational Excellence Engineer, Forterra

“When they brought Ekso out, they absolutely stunned our office. Our productivity went up about 200%, almost 300%.”

Steve Brown
Carpenter, 971 Reno Carpenters Union

“Autoworkers are creators of habit, we are trained to do the same thing every day, day after day, so it can be hard for an autoworker to adapt to change or try something new. I was a little skeptical of Ekso at first, but it’s improved my lifestyle even beyond work because I’m not as tired all the time.”

Paul Collins
Assembly Worker, Ford Motors

“Using Ekso, the pain immediately alleviated. Not having to fight the weight of the tool was unreal.”

Tatiana Aguirre
Former Construction Worker


Try it to believe it.

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