The German Bionic Cray X exoskeleton is a human-machine system that combines human intelligence with machine power by supporting or amplifying the movements of the wearer and thereby reduces compression pressure and potential injury in the lower back area. Furthermore, German Bionic is also committed to researching the role of humans in industry 4.0.
Research is the foundation of everything German Bionic undertakes and is what fuels its innovative prowess. Thanks to the German Bionic IO cloud-based platform, aggregated, anonymized sensory data from exoskeletons is made available for highly specialized research and analysis purposes. It takes research to an even higher level and significantly contributes not only to advancing user health and work productivity, but also to laying the data-scientific foundation for machine learning and AI capabilities.
Meet our management team
Michael Halbherr Chairman and co-founder
Armin G. Schmidt CEO and co-founder
CTO and founder
Nicholas Barclay-Steuart Head of Finance
Eric Eitel Head of Communications
Christiane Stümke Head of Human Resources
Hideo Yamashita Director Japan
Christian Voss Head of Customer Success
Norma Hoeft Head of IoT
Stefan Voswinkel Head of Production
Marius Kiss Head of Mechanical R&D
Study: Only active exoskeletons reduce the risk of developing musculoskeletal disorders in the lower backRead more
German Bionic Power Suit Cray X to be Implemented at BicCamera’s Logistics Facilities for the First Time in JapanRead more
Nidec-Shimpo and German Bionic team up for iREX 2019Read more
Integrating intelligent exoskeletons in the Smart FactoryRead more
BMW branch in Darmstadt gives its employees added strengthRead more
German Bionic tests new “Made in Germany” intelligent power suit at IKEA logistics in DortmundRead more
German Bionic unveils new Robotics-as-a-Service plan for the Cray X power suitRead more
The 2019 German Entrepreneur Award (Deutscher Gründerpreis) in the Startup category goes to exoskeleton pioneer German BionicRead more
Winning start-up: German Bionic distinguished with the Bavarian Entrepreneur Award 2019Read more
German Bionic Opens New Production Facility for Robotic Exoskeletons in Augsburg: The “transparent factory” increases production capacity and serves as an information center for the future…Read more
Hannover Messe: German Bionic presents first robot exoskeleton for the Industrial IoTRead more
RoboDEX 2019: German Bionic presents leading robotic exoskeleton for industrial use and reveals first details of new…Read more
Disaster relief: robot exoskeleton from German Bionic supports rescue teams during challenging missionsRead more
Robotic exoskeletons for industrial production: German Bionic debuts its award-winning power suit at RoboDEX 2019 in TokyoRead more
Awarded power suit „Cray X“ now available in Japan – Exoskeleton pioneer German Bionic opens office in TokyoRead more
Management: Armin G. Schmidt named CEO of exoskeleton pioneer German BionicRead more
Exoskeleton for Production: Debut of the German Bionic Cray X at the Hannover MesseRead more
German Bionic CRAY X: First Exoskeleton Made in Germany Goes into ProductionRead more
Exoskeletons in smart production environments: German Bionic Systems introduces man-machine system for industrial useRead more
German Bionic expands customer service: Now with enhanced consultation and support with live demos via video calls
Now more than ever: Let’s do all we can to support the backbone of industry!
German Bionic now on the virtual BICS MWC stand
German public television SWR features our smart Cray X exoskeleton in use at Stuttgart Airport
German Bionic at AI Monday Berlin
Mobile World Congress 2020 in Barcelona German Bionic presents intelligent power suit for the smart factory
Robotics & Automation News: Nidec to supply actuators for German Bionic exoskeleton
AJOT: DB Schenker examines nationwide use of exoskeletons
ZDF Documentary: German Entrepreneur Award 2019 – The future makers
Bayerischer Rundfunk: German Bionic distinguished as most successful start-up at the Bavarian Entrepreneur Award 2019.
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At German Bionic I’m able to work independently and creatively in a very diverse team. What’s better than autonomy?
My experience complements the young, dynamic team, so that we can achieve the best possible end result.
As a physiotherapist, through the collective development of highly innovative exoskeletons, I’m able to apply my knowledge to a completely new technological field and preventatively ensure quality of life for many workers.