Today, ASTM International’s Exo Technology Center of Excellence (ET CoE) published its second annual report which overviews the organization’s vision, team, partnerships, acceleration projects, accomplishments, and key metrics.
The ET CoE annual report, available here, provides information on the diverse partner organizations and detailed descriptions of seven research-to-standards projects currently underway. In addition, the report highlights various significant training, education, and workforce development activities that took place over the past year.
“The Center is fortunate to have so many dedicated and talented partners that work with us to help address the most pressing needs of the global exoskeleton community,” notes William Billotte, Ph.D., ASTM International director of global exo technology programs. “Our combined efforts are propelling us toward a future where every person, no matter their age or abilities, can lead a high quality of life and fully participate in work and society thanks to safe, reliable, and effective exoskeletons.”
Established in 2019, ASTM’s Center of Excellence in Exo Technology (ET CoE) focuses on accelerating exo standards through research, education, workforce development, training, certifications, and connecting global exo communities.
For more on the ET CoE, visit www.etcoe.org.
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