Marsi Bionics

60 million people in the world have lost walking ability. 17 million are children affected by a number of neurological diseases. While wheelchair bounded, they suffer from a number of physiological and psychological side effects. Their quality of life could be largely improved if walking could be repaired, restored or rehabilitated. Marsi Bionics works towards this goal.


ATLAS2020 Pediatric Gait Exoskeleton

Installed in Sant Joan de Déu Childrens Hospital (Barcelona)

Reasons to collaborate

It is a current need to have a device that allows these children walk effortlessly and so to delay (or even avoid) related complications.

Dr. Anna Febrer

Head of Rehabilitation. Sant Joan de Déu Children’s Hospital (Barcelona)
Providing walking to these children will improve drastically  their quality of life

Dr. Gustavo Lorenzo

Neuropediatrics, Hospital Ramón y Cajal (Madrid)


FENIN 2017 Award to Entrepreneurship in Health Technology


ABC Health 2016 Award to the Best Health Technology of the Year


Fuera de Serie – Volkswagen 2016 Award to Social Innovation

Distinction of Excellence

Seal of Excelence delivered by the European Commission and i4SME Phase 2


This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon
2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 784498

SME Instrument Phase 1


SME-2015-0510 (ATLAS) SME-2015-0653 (ARES)

Resolución 9/7/15 de Secretaría de Estado de Investigación, Desarrollo e Innovación – Horizonte Pyme 2015. Plan Estatal de Investigación Científica y Técnica y de Innovación 2013-2016.


Founded by Echord++

Sello Pyme Innovadora 2018


Subvencionado por CDTI

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