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Here Is The World’s First Exoskeleton For Children

Here Is The World’s First Exoskeleton For Children

An exoskeleton has been developed specifically for children with spinal muscular atrophy, a genetic condition that affects the the motor neurons which control muscle movement, and enabling them to walk for up to five hours — in some cases for the first time. There are also plans for it to…

This Is The Future Of Heavy Work, And It Looks Awesome

This Is The Future Of Heavy Work, And It Looks Awesome

Always fancied riveting one-handed like a super-hero factory worker, some kind of 21st century John Henry? No problem! Lockheed Martin’s Fortis exoskeleton — introduced in 2014 — allows any worker to handle heavy hand tools while standing or kneeling. And it looks like the future.