Robot Orthosis, Exoskeleton
Robot Orthosis, Exoskeleton related robots
2011 Las Vegas. A man turned into a cyborg. Technology journalist Evan Ackerman was the first person in the United States to test the robot exoskeleton Hybrid Assistive Limb, or HAL, made by Japanese company Cyberdyne. Several companies and laboratories in the United States and Japan are working to develop a robotexoskeleton to help people back to give more mobility or disabled people with extra force.
LG CLOi SuitBot exoskeleton
During the CES 2019 in Las Vegas, LG Electronics introduces the updated version of the portable CLOi SuitBot. The portable LG CLOi SuitBot supports the lower body and makes lifting and bending less heavy. In the near future, employees will wear exoskeletons to increase their own muscle strength and work with less risk of injury.
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