Aergo is a posture support system that empowers young wheelchair users. Its network of air cells are designed to adjust automatically when you move, giving you greater comfort and independence to do what you love.


Aergo Lab gives you the chance to experience the benefits of Aergo in a fun skills workshop for the whole family. Sign up to help shape the future of Aergo and receive exclusive offers! If you simply want to receive updates

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Let it grow

Aergo has an expandable frame that grows in width and depth so it can support you for longer.

Be independent

Aergo's remote control lets you set up your chair the way you want with a simple click.

Fully adaptable

Aergo packs away when you want to travel and can be fitted into a variety of chairs and buggies.

Special Thanks to
Alder Hey Children's Hospital and Cody.

Working with users

Users are at the centre of everything we do. They are our drive and inspiration.

ESTHER, Physio

"It will have such a profound impact on the way they sit... that they're comfortable...that they can learn... that they can be in the world. I think it's a very very clever idea."

CODY, 10

Aergo empowers Cody to independently support himself throughout the day. With cycle mode, Cody is able to feel comfortable wherever he goes.


Your feedback is the catalyst of our innovation journey, please join us to make Aergo the best it can be.


Our mission is to empower everyone to lead their lives to the fullest through inclusive technology.

Sheana Yu
Founder / CEO
Elliott Baxter
Engineering Lead
Iker Babace
Design Engineer
Nathan Ruttley
Electronics Engineer
Claire Meagher
Clinical Lead
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020 7590 4463
Aergo Ltd., Royal College of Art,
 Innovation RCA,20 Howie Street, 
London SW11 4AS. UK
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