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Christopher -- attack didn't think he'd ever walk again.
An accident -- changing of blood -- at home left him paralyzed nearly two years ago.
But it's competitive nature motivated him to fight.
Two months after I got her.
My brother -- up an article about acts of violence.
And said you're gonna walk -- 35 years with this device.
Turned out to be six months later I was there a little walk in the device on -- right now.
The -- -- -- that -- tag attack mock works like this.
Sensors monitor your legs arms and other parts of your body when it picks up that you have the proper balance and body positioning it takes that next step for you.
For tag attack the benefits of using the device go beyond the physical lines.
Being able to stand and walk.
Verse video chair.
Serve -- brings brings up a little bit of humanity back to make being at eye level.
The robotic -- -- skeleton is made by a Richmond California based Akzo buying onyx.
It -- fifty pounds is powered by batteries and cost a 1101000.
Exit by -- has sold about forty units in the first year of sales the company is tapping into a new market this summer.
We're about -- -- big -- training market for things like stroke which is the big one as far as numbers go.
Cerebral palsy senator.
And that's -- allow our market size to suddenly increase.
It's -- to fifty times.
The device is only available through an -- -- rehabilitation center.
Currently there's about two when he in the US exit by onyx plans to launch a personal version of the robotics see you next -- Also in the works developing a military access skeleton but defense contractor Lockheed -- it's called the hole or the human -- -- load carrier.
It allows soldiers to carry 200 pounds for hours with not straining their backs are getting tired.
The army says it's holding the first field demonstration of soldiers performing operations in a -- next month.
And while it may be too early to size of the potential market in the military.
The commercial line could be huge I think.
Every hospital have one bit more than that I think you're gonna see individuals have -- and I I think the days coming where you see Graham.
Showing off her -- -- back so hands that allow her to take a walk around the block -- their grandkids that she didn't have the energy to do before I mean.
It's going to be really exciting to see you -- In New York analysts -- -- here for foxbusiness.com.
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