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Lockheed Martin FORTIS Zero-G Arm | Industrial | ROBRADY design | Total Product…

Lockheed Martin FORTIS Zero-G Arm | Industrial | ROBRADY design | Total Product…

The HULC supports loads at the front and rear - front lifting capacity is 150 lbs

This exoskeleton is being tested in the United States. It will allow a field of activity not milliertier easier, as well as to raise up to 91 kg. Its main use will be the transportation of heavy equipments.

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Lockheed Martin HULC (Human Universal Load Carrier) Anthropomorphic Robotic Exoskeleton for Future Military Special Operations Forces (SOF) Warfare at SOFIC 2012 (Video!

US Navy tests power-free industrial exoskeletons - Exoskeletons enable workers to operate heavyweight hand tools for longer by transferring the weight of the items from the body directly the ground.

iHLS TV Special Video Edition: The US Navy is testing Fortis exoskeletons

Toyota i-Real ~ Wheelchairs of the Future as a 'Personal Mobility Concept' #female #pretty #electric

Toyota i-Real ~ Wheelchairs of the Future as a 'Personal Mobility Concept' is it me or does this seem REEEALLY close to the chaos on Wall-e.

Ekso Bionics' exoskeleton used to let paraplegics walk (video)

Ekso Bionics' exoskeleton used to let paraplegics walk (video)

Would love to see this @ Dodd Hall! Ekso Bionics' exoskeleton used to let paraplegics walk (video)

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