Last month, Qmed published an article about the innovative transition between prosthetics and bionics. The bionic ankle, created by iWalk in Bedford, MA, has improved the quality of life for users by utilizing robotics to act as the missing calf muscles and Achilles tendon. The system uses a series of computers and sensors, allowing the device to react to human movement and make walking feel much more normal than other prosthetics. The article quotes Matt Giza, Cogmedix Vice President and General Manager, about the company’s role in the manufacturing the BiOM ankle. Read the full article and Giza’s quotes here.