North America, Latin America, Europe,
Asia & Australia, Africa & Middle East
2020 marks 20 years since the establishment of the company Hocoma AG
Hocoma celebrates the installation of the 1000th Lokomat
Hocoma launches major update for Armeo game-like exercises including new features, updated visuals, updated sound design
RehabWeek in Toronto, attracting more than 1’400 participants, proved to be the most successful RehabWeek of all times and is set to grow even more in Rotterdam (NL) in 2021
Hocoma launches HocoNet®, a software platform that seamlessly connects to Hocoma and partner devices and to existing hospital information systems
Hocoma launches Armeo®Senso, the sensor-based solution for patients with moderate to mild impairments of the upper extremity
Hocoma launches a new Corporate Design
RehabWeek in London, attracting more than 1’300 participants, proved to be the most successful RehabWeek of all times and is set to grow even more
Hocoma launches the Lokomat®Pro FreeD Pediatric
Merger with DIH International, a corporate holding group from Hong Kong with offices in China, Korea, the Netherlands and the US and a new formed partnership with Motek, a global leader in
Market introduction of Andago® - the world’s first mobile gait robot with body weight support system
Hocoma presents the Manovo®Power – the new hand module for the Armeo®Power
Hocoma launches the new Valedo® for back pain treatment at home.
Hocoma announces the new generation of gait training with the FreeD module
for the Lokomat®Pro.
Launch of the
Hocoma Knowledge Platform
The renowned Cochrane Review confirms efficacy of robotic gait therapy.
Hocoma celebrates its 500th Lokomat®.
Hocoma opens its subsidiary in Slovenia.
Hocoma announces the new generation
of the Erigo®.
Hocoma presents a new version of the Lokomat®Pro that features a new and more compact design and the Augmented Performance Feedback as
Hocoma announces the completion of its Armeo® Therapy Concept with the Armeo®Power, the world’s first commercially available robotic arm exoskeleton with a 3D workspace.
Hocoma opens a subsidiary in Singapore.
Hocoma celebrates its 10th anniversary.
With the launch of the Lokomat®Nanos, an addition to the Lokomat product line is introduced into the market.
Hocoma and idiag AG set up a collaboration to support low back pain therapy and expand the back pain therapy concept of Valedo with the Valedo®Shape, the first spine assessment
device of its kind.
Hocoma expands its Armeo Therapy Concept with the Armeo®Boom, which is specifically designed for out-patient clinics and home settings.
The Mexican foundation ‘Teletón’ orders twelve Lokomat®Pro with Pediatric Orthoses and equips its Mexican rehabilitation centres for children with neurological movement disorders with these systems.
With the introduction of the Armeo®Spring, Hocoma enters a new business field, the rehabilitation of upper extremities.
Hocoma changes its corporate identity with a new company logo and
The first prototype of the Armeo® is being presented at the Medica in Düsseldorf.
Hocoma strengthens its know-how base and clinical network with the formation of the Hocoma Scientific Advisory Board.
Hocoma Inc. moves from Chicago to Rockland, Massachusetts, USA.
The Lokomat® is being presented at the Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan.
The Lokomat®Pro with Pediatric Orthoses designed for children and the first generation of the Erigo® is launched
Hocoma starts sales activities in Asia and other parts of Europe.
The first prototype of the Erigo®
First formation of a Hocoma subsidiary in Chicago, USA with two employees
First sales activities in Switzerland, Germany and USA
Lokomat® reaches market maturity. Hocoma is converted into a stock corporation with support by private investors and starts its operative business with two employees.
First prototype of the Lokomat® is produced in cooperation with the Balgrist University Hospital in Zurich
Hocoma is founded as a limited liability company by the electrical and biomedical engineers Gery Colombo and Matthias Jörg and by the economist Peter Hostettler. Start of the Lokomat® development project
First idea to develop automated treadmill training by Gery Colombo and
Prof. Volker Dietz