The Cionic Neural Sleeve uses a dense array of sensors to measure how the body is positioned and how individual muscles are firing during movement. Our algorithms analyze this data in real time to determine optimal muscle activation patterns. We then use Functional Electrical Stimulation to activate the body's own muscles to produce a more natural movement.
Our founder started building the Cionic sleeve for his daughter Sofia, an inventor and ballerina who has a diagnosis of cerebral palsy. Our head of research products joined the effort to build solutions for his Grandfather, Commander "Diz" Laird, a WWII Ace pilot and stroke survivor. We are currently conducting trials for people like Diz and Sofia whose mobility is limited by neurological injuries such as Cerebral Palsy and Stroke. Our goal is to scale this solution to help anyone living with a mobility difference. Whatever your abilities journey, we would love to hear your story.
Our goal is for the Cionic Sleeve to look like a legging. Discrete enough to wear under your clothing, but fashionable enough to show off. Here are a couple of photos of our latest prototype. We are collecting feedback on usability in our trials to help refine both the functionality and look of the sleeve.
The team is working hard with regulatory bodies and academic research centers to validate the performance and effectiveness of the Cionic Neural Sleeve.
Get involved in one of our trials or sign up for early access when our product is available.