Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a disease, an umbrella term, which affects children. It has 4 different types and different severities are present but the common problem is the spasticity (increased muscle tone) and the consecutive muscle weakness. In one big group the lower limbs are so weak that the child is not able to walk by himself/herself, but the motion functions are not completely absent. Hence less assistance, and less degrees of freedom are enough to achieve a minimum working solution. Exoskeletons are only to be used by adults. Kids’ exoskeletons are designed for scientific/therapy use only and not applicabale for children with spastic and deformed legs. WalkableFUTURE product would be marketed as a motorised orthosis, not as an exoskeleton. It is an ICT system that is designed to replace the nervous system of children who are unable to walk because of the faulty signals provided by their brain. The orthosis frame extensions are designed to be able to follow the growth of the child through 2-3 years, by simple adjustment. Our aim was to confirm if the current solution has the chance to become a business reality. The methodology used through the investigation included market assessment and analysis, technological feasibility analysis and product refinements.