This content is about exoskeleton technology developed by researchers at Simon Fraser University, and its effect on people with mobility challenges. The exoskeleton, known as XoMotion, was designed by SFU professors Siamak Arzanpour and Edward Park. This technology hopes to help people with motion disabilities walk freely, naturally, and independently. Chloe Angus, who lost her mobility in her legs in 2015, now works for the team developing the exoskeleton and shared the positive impact it has had on her life. HMR has received millions in funding and investment and is working towards the future. They firmly believe in their mission and are proud of the progress and success of Human in Motion Robotics. The content also includes links to other articles and copyright information.
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