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Exo-Gauntlet Version 2 - Powered Exoskeleton Armour http://www.etsy.com/listing/96318111/exo-gauntlet-version-2-powered?ref=shop_home_active

Exo-Gauntlet Version 2 - Powered Exoskeleton Armour http://www.etsy.com/listing/96318111/exo-gauntlet-version-2-powered?ref=shop_home_active

The Iron Man of Firefighting Imagine climbing upwards of a grueling 50 flights of stairs while wearing 30 pounds of gear. That’s the reality for many high-rise firefighters. A little help would be nice, right?! That’s where the AFA Powered Exoskeleton comes in. Strapped over the firefighter’s gear, the device provides supplemental muscle to aid performance in walking, running and carrying up to 200 lbs.. Enough to carry equipment or even injured victims in time-crucial emergency situations.

The Iron Man of Firefighting Imagine climbing upwards of a grueling 50 flights of stairs while wearing 30 pounds of gear. That’s the reality for many high-rise firefighters. A little help would be nice, right?! That’s where the AFA Powered Exoskeleton comes in. Strapped over the firefighter’s gear, the device provides supplemental muscle to aid performance in walking, running and carrying up to 200 lbs.. Enough to carry equipment or even injured victims in time-crucial emergency situations.

The Iron Man of Firefighting Imagine climbing upwards of a grueling 50 flights of stairs while wearing 30 pounds of gear. That’s the reality for many high-rise firefighters. A little help would be nice, right?! That’s where the AFA Powered Exoskeleton comes in. Strapped over the firefighter’s gear, the device provides supplemental muscle to aid performance in walking, running and carrying up to 200 lbs.. Enough to carry equipment or even injured victims in time-crucial emergency situations.

The Iron Man of Firefighting Imagine climbing upwards of a grueling 50 flights of stairs while wearing 30 pounds of gear. That’s the reality for many high-rise firefighters. A little help would be nice, right?! That’s where the AFA Powered Exoskeleton comes in. Strapped over the firefighter’s gear, the device provides supplemental muscle to aid performance in walking, running and carrying up to 200 lbs.. Enough to carry equipment or even injured victims in time-crucial emergency situations.

HAL exoskeleton HAL Powered Exoskeleton to Help Cleanup Fukushima Post Meltdown (VIDEO)

HAL exoskeleton HAL Powered Exoskeleton to Help Cleanup Fukushima Post Meltdown (VIDEO)

Working prototypes of powered exoskeletons, including XOS[2] by Sarcos, and HULC[3] by Lockheed Martin (both meant for military use), have been constructed but have not yet been deployed in the field. Several companies have also created exosuits for medical use,[4] including the HAL 5 by Cyberdyne Inc.

Working prototypes of powered exoskeletons, including XOS[2] by Sarcos, and HULC[3] by Lockheed Martin (both meant for military use), have been constructed but have not yet been deployed in the field. Several companies have also created exosuits for medical use,[4] including the HAL 5 by Cyberdyne Inc.

MADA Industrial Design grad Ken Chen has designed a conceptual powered exoskeleton suit for firefighters that would enable them to carry heavy loads of equipment or people without impending their freedom of movement. More at Discovery News: http://news.discovery.com/tech/robotics/firefighter-exoskeleton-to-the-rescue-140521.htm

MADA Industrial Design grad Ken Chen has designed a conceptual powered exoskeleton suit for firefighters that would enable them to carry heavy loads of equipment or people without impending their freedom of movement. More at Discovery News: http://news.discovery.com/tech/robotics/firefighter-exoskeleton-to-the-rescue-140521.htm

Wearable robots: Powered exoskeleton provides superhuman strength - TechLife

Wearable robots: Powered exoskeleton provides superhuman strength - TechLife

1971 - A computer controlled multi-task powered exoskeleton for paraplegic patients - Jack George Grundmann / Ali Seireg (American) - cybern...

1971 - A computer controlled multi-task powered exoskeleton for paraplegic patients - Jack George Grundmann / Ali Seireg (American) - cybern...

Keeogo, short for “keep on going,” is a powered exoskeleton that is helping Invictus Games participant Liz Steeves overcome her mobility issues.

Keeogo, short for “keep on going,” is a powered exoskeleton that is helping Invictus Games participant Liz Steeves overcome her mobility issues.

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