1. cageymaru

    Companies Turn to Exoskeletons to Assist Factory Workers

    According to the Wall Street Journal, companies are outfitting its factory workers with exoskeletons to lower the amount of injuries caused by extended overhead reaching. Manufacturing jobs such as overhead welding are perfect candidates for exoskeleton use as weight from the arms is transferred...
  2. AlphaAtlas

    A Robotic Exoskeleton Will be Available Soon

    Sarcos Robotics have reportedly developed commercial robotic exoskeletons that can help workers lift heavy loads. The 50 pound Guardian XO will allow workers to lift about 77 pounds, and offers 4 hours of run-time. Meanwhile, the heavier Guardian XO Max looks like something straight out of...
  3. DooKey

    10th Mountain Division Selected to Begin Testing ONYX Exoskeleton System

    The Army's 10th Mountain Division is going to start testing the Lockheed Martin ONYX exoskeleton system. This system is designed to help soldiers carry heavy loads and reduce their fatigue while doing so. The exoskeleton testing will begin with fit and comfort before it moves on to...
  4. DooKey

    Robotic Exoskeleton for Skiers Getting Ready for Market

    Roam Robotics is developing a new exoskeleton device that you can attach to your legs that will make you a better skier. This device is lightweight and will use machine learning to figure out how you ski. Once it does that it will enable you to turn better and will also allow you to stay out on...
  5. DooKey

    You Might See Lots of People Wearing Robots in 2018

    Exoskeleton robots are fast becoming a reality and many companies are starting to adopt them for use. Greg Nichols, over at ZDNet, believes we're going to see a lot of them in 2018 and that the market will continue to grow year-over-year. I believe he's right because there are a lot of jobs...