Lessons learnt in powered joints and stability will feed into robotics and vice versa, creating a cross-over technology between humans controlling robots and robot-wearing humans. The choice will likely be function specific balancing the flexibility of human presence with risks, for example the military removing the human from danger entirely, whereas disaster response organisations may keep the human onsite but with a greatly enhanced ability to rescue and rebuild.
Company developing and producing exoskeletons.
Modular soft lower-limb exoskeleton to assist people with mobility impairments.
Industrial lower body exoskeleton.
Robotics company focused on exoskeletons.
Wearable robot designed to support lower body.
Seismic produces and develops custom garments with flexible electric motors built in that help the wearer with everyday tasks.
A unique support system that seamlessly improves hand function.
Lower-body exoskeleton made by Japanese company.
Robotics and technology company producing exoskeleton suits.
Cray X exoskeleton built to develop health & work productivity
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