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THIS ROBOTIC DEVICE REIMAGINES WALKING DISABILITIES


The Tek Robotic Mobilization Device is not a wheelchair alternative, but a brand new mobility platform that completely reimagines the way individuals with paraplegia and other walking disabilities are able to move in the world.

Designed and created by Matia Robotics, the robotic device gives users the ability to independently and safely sit, stand, and navigate environments that were once inaccessible. It is now possible with the Tek RMD and is available by reservation. The Tek RMD is a patented, CE Marked, and FDA 510(k) cleared technology and can be manoeuvred easily by the user who can board the device securely from its back.

"Tek RMD is a life-enhancing technology that enables wheelchair users to participate in everyday life in a way they may have previously thought was not possible," said Mike Swinford, CEO of Numotion. "The ability to independently and safely sit, stand and navigate environments that were once inaccessible is now a reality. This latest exclusive distributorship of the U.S. market is reflective of our market leadership position and how we're the channel of choice for new and innovative breakthrough technologies."

Mounting and dismounting the Tek RMD can be done successfully in a much safer way since the user is doing so while in a seated position. The user can sit on the couch, office chair, or lay to the bed, send the Tek RMD away, and bring it back with the remote control when needed.

You can see the Tek RMD robotic device in action, below.


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