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TALOS Pentagon’s LIFESUIT

TALOS Pentagon’s LIFESUIT

TALOS is what the Pentagon is calling the LIFESUIT they would like to see could be a modern day “Iron Man Suit”.

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Seattle Mini Maker Faire “Best Maker Booth” Award

Seattle Mini Maker Faire “Best Maker Booth” Award

The Seattle Mini Maker Faire awarded the “Best Maker Booth” to The Shall Walk www.TheyShallWalk.org at the…

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Back to the drawing board

Back to the drawing board

If not approved they literally went back to the drawing board. It was a board that had paper taped to….

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ABOUT updated October 2012

ABOUT updated October 2012

To help fund the institute, a for profit company has been formed to manufacturer and distribute the RehabSUIT to the first 100 sites around the globe. Twenty percent of the investments into the for profit company will support the continues research at the institute.

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Walkathon & Car Show May 5, 2013

Walkathon & Car Show May 5, 2013

Walkathon & Car Show Postponed to May 5, 2013 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE http://www.theyshallwalk.org/?p=1901
Seattle, Washington Oct. 5, 2012
They Shall Walk’s Walkathon, Rollathon & Car Show scheduled for this Sunday October 7, 2012 9am-4pm has been postponed until May 5, 2013. The primary concern that brought this decision about was the incredible increase in event insurance expense to meet the coverage needs of Sears corporate office. While the insurance requirement of Sears has not changed, the number of insurance companies capable of writing this type of insurance in Washington has. The insurance company previously used for events at Sears no longer does business in Washington.

They Shall Walk would like to thank Sears in Shoreline and Collins Insurance for their hard work to find solutions for the October event and look forward to the May 5th event at the Sears Plaza. They Shall Walk would also like to thank supporters, friends and volunteers and look forward to a fabulous event on Sunday, May 5, 2013.

They Shall Walk has developed the LIFESUIT robotic exoskeleton creating an industry
of robotic therapy devices while mentoring students from area high schools and colleges as interns. Students have hands on experience in the lab building robotic systems that improve the quality of life while learning real life skills that they will use on the job after graduation.

Monty K Reed (206) 250-5639 [email protected]
6201 13th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108 www.TheyShallWalk.org

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Russia’s Asian Infrastructure Gap

Russia’s Asian Infrastructure Gap. by Monty K Reed September 8, 2012 just after midnight. Russia’s infrastructure as it relates to trade with Asia has problems with the rails system.  It is “constipated by under investment in switching facilities,” according to Paul Herbert, CEO of Ilim Group, Russia’s largest paper and pulp company and the largest soft-wood supplier to [...]

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Earthquakes Hit China: 80 Dead

earthquakes have hit south-west China, leaving at least 20 people dead and damaging more than 20,000 houses….

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Paralysis victims use brain signals to control robotic arm

Paralysis victims use brain signals to control robotic arm

yet another significant step in efforts by researchers to connect severely paralyzed patients to prosthetic devices that they can maneuver with their own thoughts….

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Brain Computer Interface: BCI & The robot that reads your mind to train itself

Brain Computer Interface: BCI & The robot that reads your mind to train itself

Once a person puts on the EEG cap they can choose to either teach the robot a new skill or execute a known command through a menu…

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$15 million Exoskeleton Like the LIFESUIT. Read about Wearable Robots

$15 million Exoskeleton Like the LIFESUIT. Read about Wearable Robots

A Defense Department program to develop super-strong soldiers has led to a wearable robot that enables paraplegics to walk…

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