WearRAcon 22


WearRAcon 22


April  24 – 26, 2022


WearRAcon 22












Innovation Challenge


Speaker Presentations (password required)

Hotel Information


The Wearable Robotics Association is excited to be back in person for WearRAcon 22! Join wearable robotics professionals and entrepreneurs from industry, medical/rehab, academia, and government April 24-26, 2022 (NEW DATES!) at the DoubleTree Resort by Hilton in Scottsdale, Arizona (USA). The annual event, brings together 100 attendees from across the globe to hear about the latest innovations in wearable robotics, listen to cutting-edge presentations, see live robotics demonstrations, try on and test exoskeletons, and network with the industry leaders.



  Early Bird
( Nov. 22 – Feb. 28 )
( March 1 – April 15 )
( April 16 to event )
Member: Gov’t/Academia $ 495.00 $ 595.00 $ 695.00
Member: Industry $ 595.00 $ 795.00 $ 995.00
Non-Member: Gov’t/Academia $ 795.00 $ 895.00 $ 995.00
Non-Member: Industry $ 995.00 $ 1,195.00 $ 1,395.00
Student $ 195.00 $ 195.00 $ 195.00
Student registrations are subject to prior approval – must have a valid and current student ID
*NOTE: All conference attendees must provide proof of COVID vaccination, or a negative COVID test within 72 hours of attending.
Contact conference@wearablerobotics.com for registration instructions if you qualify.

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"Wearable Assistive Robotics is becoming famous in the space of assistive Advanced mechanics with various frameworks created lately to help upper and lower appendages."

Read more via @AnalyticsInMe: https://www.analyticsinsight.net/wearable-assistive-robotics-is-the-hot-topic-in-the-tech-sphere/

A team of @MIT scientists is using an autonomous machine knitting process to design and digitally fabricate soft pneumatic actuators.

Read the article via @DesignBoom: https://www.designboom.com/technology/mit-scientists-autonomous-knitting-soft-assistive-robotic-wearables-05-03-2022/

Congratulations to our #WearRAcon 22 Innovation Challenge Winners: XtremedX Temperature/Pressure Sensing Insole for Diabetics (Team: Carl Marshbanks; Dr. Andrew Clark; Becky Delegge; Prahaladh Paniyil; and Meredith Stegall)


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