Teams compete on courses designed to test how well suited a given technology is to helping its user with everyday tasks, for example climbing stairs or opening doors.
Pilots can compete in the following six disciplines
During the powered leg prosthesis race, pilots will execute various steps and movements. In order to succcessfully navigate all of the obstacles, they must take careful, precise steps right up until the final task.
During the powered exoskeleton race, pilots with complete paraplegia will negotiate an obstacle course consisting of typical everyday tasks such as climbing stairs or sitting down on a chair.