The ExO student organization exists to research, develop, & test human enhancement technologies; to provide an organized structure for students to meet fellow peers interested in exoskeleton design and human performance; to promote students awareness of emerging human augmentation technologies; to provide the means for students to work with, investigate, manipulate, design, and fabricate human augmentation technology that increases the effectiveness and survivability of humans in extreme environments; to be applied for biomedical rehabilitation purposes or other civilian or military areas. Furthermore, to promote the development of applied research skills; to expose students to successful and exciting careers, and to gather interested members together in a social setting.
Welcome to the ExO Skeleton Student Organization at Embry-Riddle. We strive to research, develop & test human rehabilitation and enhancement technologies. We are currently working on an array of projects and student-led research, so if you are interested, stop by at one of our meetings (Mondays, 5:00pm in LB 161). This club is a sandbox for testing exciting new technologies and applying real-life engineering techniques to help individuals who need assistance and provide enhancements to human motion.