At Reboocon, we deal with the challenges of technology. We make what was not possible in past possible, and what was not available available.  We make our robots lightweight, easy to operate, intelligent. Thru our endeavor, we hope that people with mobility impairment can stand up and walk, enjoying the delight of walking and seeing others in the eye level.


Shiqian Wang, the founder of this company is determined to advance robotic technology to help disabled people. Back in 2006, he had this idea when he was an undergraduate student. Since 2010, as a researcher he has been developing robotic suit (exoskeleton) for spinal cord injury (SCI) patients, participating two European FP7 projects (Mindwalker & Symbitron). In 2016, he started this company to accelerate the development process and hoping to make the advanced robots soon available to the disabled.

In 2016, Shiqian founded Reboocon MedTech Co.,Ltd in Suzhou, China and Reboocon Bionics B.V. in Delft, the Netherlands. Soon after the establishment, venture capitalists and industrial investors invested in this company. We are now in full throttle to accelerate our development.

In the Netherlands, our office is used to be at YES!Delft incubator, one of the best incubators in Europe. Since Nov 2018, Reboocon Bionics has moved to its 273m2 office at Rotterdamseweg in Delft. As of now, our team consists of several scientists and engineers, talented, motivated, and devoted. We do our best to help those in need!


Reboocon Bionics is founded by Shiqian Wang

July 25, 2016

Reboocon Bionics is founded by Shiqian Wang

Reboocon Bionics is founded by Shiqian Wang

Reboocon Bionics opened its office at YES!Delft

February 1, 2017

Reboocon Bionics opened its office at YES!Delft

The first employee joined Reboocon Bionics

May 1, 2017

Reboocon Bionics became a team of four

June 1, 2017

The first gen knee prototype was assembled.

October 10, 2017

Reboocon Bionics moved to its own office at Rotterdamseweg

November 1, 2018

The 2nd gen ILK knee prosthesis was assembled and tested

November 8, 2018

Engineers walked with the ILK prosthesis for the first time

November 16, 2018

First Amputee walked with ILK prosthesis

February 11, 2019

First Amputee walked with ILK prosthesis