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Exoskeleton for the disabled

  • Ian D Midgley
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We have been asked by Dr Glenn Miles at Coventry University if we know of potential design and manufacture partners for a group that are developing an exoskeleton for the disabled.  If anyone is aware of companies or individuals who might be able to participate could you please reply below or let Adam, Paula or Jill at the National Office know?

 

 

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One response to “Exoskeleton for the disabled”

  1. Graham Law says:

    My name is Graham Law I am a Remap engineer on the Leics & Rutland panel for the past 20 years and just up the road from you. I have had quite a lot of experience of designing novel mechanical & electronic solutions for the severely disabled in our region (and have won several Remap awards over the years for this) .

    With my Remap work I have a great interest in this sort of technology and if you wish me to support in any brain storming or engineering opinion way I would be happy to.

    Alas unlike many Remap engineers I’m, not retired I am Head off Technical Services at the National Space Centre so my time is finite, however it would be selfish not to offer my limited support if it is of any use at all.

    day t) 0116 2582116

    Kind regards
    Graham Law

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