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From Accessible Travel to Wearable Computer Mice: 7 Startups Helping People With Disabilities

03.12.19|Tofi Stoler and Adi Pick
Around 14% of Israelis over the age of 20 have severe disabilities, making even the most trivial actions challenging. Listed below are Israeli startups aiming to make their lives just a little bit easier
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Exoskeleton Developer ReWalk Receives FDA Clearance for its Stroke Rehabilitation Suit

05.06.19|Adi Pick
ReWalk develops exoskeleton systems for people who cannot walk on their own due to spinal cord injuries and soft-frame supportive suits for stroke victims experiencing mobility impairment
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ReWalk Receives CE Marking for its Stroke Rehabilitation Suit

30.05.19|Adi Pick
ReStore, the company’s new product line, is a soft-frame supportive suit meant for stroke victims learning to regain motor skills in their lower limbs
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Prince William to Meet With Four Israeli Tech Startups in Tel Aviv

The British Royal is set to arrive in Israel on Monday as part of a five-day tour of the region. He will visit Tel Aviv, the West Bank, and Jerusalem
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ReWalk Launches Clinical Trials for Robotic Physical Rehab Suit

04.04.18|Asaf Shalev
After the conclusion of the 40-person trial, the company will seek clearance from U.S. and European regulators
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ReWalk Robotics Raises $20 Million for Expansion Into Chinese Market

08.03.18|Asaf Shalev
The company plans to bring to China its wearable exoskeletons that help people walk again after injuries and strokes
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CTech’s Daily Israeli Tech News Roundup

Did India cancel a $500 million deal with Israel-based arms developer Rafael, or didn’t it? Also: Israel’s new tax regulations fail to entice tech multinationals; medtech companies raise money, and what can we learn from the fidget spinner craze?
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Robotic Exoskeleton Company ReWalk Robotics Aims to Raise $7.2 Million

20.11.17|Lilach Baumer
The company develops a battery-powered, wearable walking aid device for people with spinal cord injuries