Lean forward to stand and walk, maintain an upright stance to stop, and lean backward to sit. Your Indego provides an unrivaled level of independence.Download the datasheet for technical data
Indego Personal is the only exoskeleton to offer a modular quick connect design, which allows you to put on and take off the device without assistance. At just 29 lb (13 kg), Indego is the lightest commercial exoskeleton available offering ease of handling, transportation, and storage.
Indego Personal is a powered lower limb orthosis, also known as a powered exoskeleton, which enables people with mobility impairments the opportunity to walk independently. Power is provided by sophisticated motors in the knee and hip joints, and combined with advanced sensors and control strategies, the device allows gait impaired individuals to stand and walk again, granting them a new level of independence at home and in the community.
Indego can currently be used with spinal cord injury levels of T3 to L5 in community or home settings, but is not intended for sports or stair climbing.
At just 29 pounds, Indego’s elegant design has no exposed cables or upper-body apparatus and does not require bulky backpack mounted components.
Mirroring natural human movement, lean forward to initiate standing or walking and lean backward to stop and sit
An Indego app on your mobile device allows you to control operation, change settings and capture data without the need for tethered controls.
A slim profile is compatible with standard mobility aids and can be worn while seated in a wheelchair.
The micro-adjustable Boa Fit System allows Indego to be put on, taken off and adjusted to fit without assistance.
Indego Personal allows personal mobility on a variety of surfaces both indoors and outdoors and can even be worn while sitting in a car.
With up to four hours of continuous use, a fast charging battery allows for extended use at home and in the community.
Designed from the beginning for personal use, the features of Indego Personal make a difference in people's lives.
With its slim profile, Indego is the only exokeleton to offer a modular quickconnect design, which allows you to put on and take off the device without assistance even while seated in most standard-frame wheelchairs. It is compatible with stability aids such as rolling walkers or forearm crutches. With no backpack or exposed wiring, Indego allows for safe use in most home and community environments and on surfaces like pavement, grass, carpet and tile. At just 29 lb (13 kg), Indego offers ease of handling, transportation, and storage.
Indego offers easy set up, and a quick learning curve, with most users standing and walking their first time with the device. Paired with unique features like our one-handed adjustable strapping system and iOS app, Indego provides a superior user experience.
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Parker Hannifin Corporation
Human Motion & Control
1390 E. Highland Rd.
Macedonia, OH U.S.A.
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The Indego® orthotically fits to the lower limbs and the trunk; the device is intended to enable individuals with spinal cord injury at levels T3 to L5 to perform ambulatory functions with supervision of a specially trained companion in accordance with the user assessment and training certification program. The device is also intended to enable individuals with spinal cord injury at levels C7 to L5 to perform ambulatory functions in rehabilitation institutions in accordance with the user assessment and training certification program. Finally, the Indego® is also intended to enable individuals with hemiplegia (with motor function of 4/5 in at least one upper extremity) due to cerebrovascular accident (CVA) to perform ambulatory functions in rehabilitation institutions in accordance with the user assessment and training certification program. The Indego is not intended for sports or stair climbing.
FDA Clearance for Clinical and Personal Use