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Founded Year

2015

Stage

Grant - II | Alive

About Gogoa Mobility Robots

Gogoa Mobility Robots is a Med-Tech company focused on the design, development, and commercialization of robotic exoskeletons. The company's main offerings include medical exoskeletons for neuro-rehabilitation and socio-health exoskeletons designed to support physically demanding tasks, reduce muscle fatigue, and decrease musculoskeletal disorders. Gogoa primarily serves the healthcare and industrial sectors. It was founded in 2015 and is based in Bizkaia, Spain.

Headquarters Location

c/ Arzubia 10b, 7 bajo

Bizkaia, 48220,

Spain

(+34) 666 325 361

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Gogoa Mobility Robots Patents

Gogoa Mobility Robots has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • bdsm terminology
  • electrotherapy
  • implants (medicine)
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

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6/8/2020

BDSM terminology, Neurotechnology, Electrotherapy, Neurophysiology, Implants (medicine)

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Application Date

6/8/2020

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

BDSM terminology, Neurotechnology, Electrotherapy, Neurophysiology, Implants (medicine)

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Latest Gogoa Mobility Robots News

Gogoa Mobility Robots wins CE Mark for Hank exoskeleton

Nov 1, 2018

November 1, 2018 [Image from Gogoa Mobility Robots] Gogoa Mobility Robots announced that it has received CE Mark approval for its Hank, lower limb exoskeleton system. Hank was designed to help rehabilitate adults who have suffered a neurological injury. The system can also be used for gait compensation in patients who have paralysis of the lower limbs after a spinal cord injury. The company suggests that the exoskeleton system is the first exoskeleton to receive CE Mark approval for clinical use. It is also one of the first exoskeletons to have motorized ankles that allow for more natural range of motion. “CE Mark approval is a significant accomplishment for us, the exoskeleton required rigorous regulatory review against high-clinical and safety standards,” said Carlos Fernandez, CEO of Gogoa Mobility Robots. “Europe is the new hotbed for start-ups in the robotic rehabilitation field and we are proud to be the first EU company to get the certification. It represents the validation of our strategic road map, product development and the quality our system. We look forward to introducing Hank in different countries in partnership with distributors to help more people improve their quality of life.” Gogoa Mobility Robots is now able to market and sell Hank in EU market countries while developing effective robotic rehabilitation. The Hank system meets Medical Device Directive requirements as well. Tell Us What You Think!

Gogoa Mobility Robots Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Gogoa Mobility Robots founded?

    Gogoa Mobility Robots was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Gogoa Mobility Robots's headquarters?

    Gogoa Mobility Robots's headquarters is located at c/ Arzubia 10b, 7 bajo , Bizkaia.

  • What is Gogoa Mobility Robots's latest funding round?

    Gogoa Mobility Robots's latest funding round is Grant - II.

  • Who are the investors of Gogoa Mobility Robots?

    Investors of Gogoa Mobility Robots include EIT Health and Horizon 2020.

  • Who are Gogoa Mobility Robots's competitors?

    Competitors of Gogoa Mobility Robots include ULS Robotics, Marsi Bionics, Wandercraft, Tendo, SuitX and 7 more.

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