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INNOPHYS - 株式会社イノフィス
Appears to be a pneumatic upper torso exoskeleton. External air charging (via pump or line to an air supply compressor). Looks like the actually usable ones need a direct line to an air compressor (due to low pressure of the bottles, ostensibly for safety and to reduce weight?), so the air line is a limiter.
pneumatic  exoskeleton  upper  torso  human  amplification  japan  hardware 
10 weeks ago by asteroza
New business unit: Ottobock Industrials — Ottobock
Paexo exoskeleton being trialed by VW. Looks like a passive upper torso/arm assist type
prosthetic  passive  active  industrial  upper  torso  arm  exoskeleton  VW  germany 
september 2018 by asteroza
Looks like the new version is more like steadicam arms for human arms
EU  research  technology  hardware  electronics  devices  exoskeleton  industrial  manufacturing  human  arm  assist  amplification  Delicious  europe  torso  leg  back  strength 
february 2015 by asteroza
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Leg exoskeleton that functions like a portable stool/chair.
chairless  portable  chair  stool  unpowered  lower  body  torso  leg  exoskeleton  hardware  Delicious 
august 2014 by asteroza
FORTIS Exoskeleton · Lockheed Martin
Unpowered exo for shipyard use, seems to feature a steadicam/Equipois mount for tools, and a counterweight tail off the back.
unpowered  lower  body  torso  leg  exoskeleton  inudstrial  human  amplification  support  hardware  Delicious 
august 2014 by asteroza
Panasonic's robotic exoskeletons could help nuclear plant workers
ActiveLink's PLL-04 Ninja prototype exoskeleton suit, for leg/lower torso assist, might be used as the basis of a radiation armor support suit for Fukushima cleanup works. But wasn't Cyberdyne already doing that with a HAL suit? With upper arm assist?
japan  ActiveLink  Panasonic  PLL-04  ninja  lower  torso  leg  assist  exoskeleton  radiation  suit  support  Delicious 
june 2014 by asteroza
FRIDA concept robot
This is the beginning of the end for unskilled and lightly skilled manufacturing work for humans right here folks. A dual arm and torso robot that's the size of its human equivalent, easy to set up and install, and has the same basic range of motion as a human. Any pick and place style work, this can easily do. I imagine training would be as simple as wearing a motion trace waldo exoskeleton on the training worker to capture their movements.
FRIDA  torso  dual  arm  substitute  robot  production  manufacturing  concept  prototype  human  analogue  replacement  hardware  electronics  devices  automated  automation  Delicious 
april 2011 by asteroza

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