Giving back full mobility to people with a Spinal Cord Injury to fully participate in daily activities and in this way contribute to quality of life. That is what Project MARCH is about. They work this out by designing and building an exoskeleton for people with a spinal cord injury. The exoskeleton is an essential step to a future where there are no more wheelchairs on the streets. The ultimate goal is to make an exoskeleton that is accessible and available for everyone who can benefit from it. A lot of the needed technology does already exist. However, there is also research required about new technologies and their application in this project. It is up to us to combine these different technologies in one possible implementation: a new and improved exoskeleton. We already made several successful exoskeletons, yet we still dream of a better exoskeleton that is for example self-balancing. With this feature, a person with a spinal cord injury can walk with a natural gait and independently without crutches. Together with the government and health insurances, we want to make a future where everyone who benefits from the suit can use it.