Richmond Firm Unveils Exoskeleton Vest To Be Used By Autoworkers
Richmond-based company Ekso Bionics has introduced an exo-skeleton vest that will be used by Ford auto workers and have future applications for people with spinal cord applications. Mary Lee reports. (8/7/18)

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