Exoskeleton helps soldiers carry heavy gear

Lockheed Martin has channeled Ironman to create a new lower-body exoskeleton for soldiers. Built using the tech behind existing Fortis exoskeletons, the Knee Stress Relief Device (K-SRD) is designed to stop soldiers hurting their legs and lower backs while carrying heavy equipment on long, taxing missions. .. Continue Reading Lockheed's lower-body exoskeleton lightens the load Category: Robotics Tags: Army Exoskeleton Lockheed Martin Related Articles: New exoskeleton takes injury-prevention to the max Robo-Mate exoskeleton aims to lighten the load for industry Roam Robotics' lightweight, inexpensive exoskeleton for the masses Lockheed Martin's Fortis Tool Arm takes the load to cut fatigue MAXFAS exoskeleton improves soldiers' aim The Deus Ex Machina Whee

Exoskeleton helps soldiers carry heavy gear

Their demanding missions often require soldiers to carry heavy equipment packs long distances over rough terrain, or up and down stairs and underground infrastructure in urban environments. ...

Wed 17 May 17 from Phys.org

Lockheed's lower-body exoskeleton lightens the load

Lockheed Martin has channeled Ironman to create a new lower-body exoskeleton for soldiers. Built using the tech behind existing Fortis exoskeletons, the Knee Stress Relief Device (K-SRD) ...

Wed 17 May 17 from Gizmag

Lockheed exoskeleton gives soldiers a leg up

Lockheed Martin has revealed its latest exoskeleton technology, designed to help soldiers carry heavy equipment for long periods over rough terrain.  (Credit: PRNewsfoto/Lockheed Martin) ...

Wed 17 May 17 from The Engineer

Lockheed Martin exoskeleton helps soldiers carry heavy gear

Tampa FL (SPX) May 22, 2017 Their demanding missions often require soldiers to carry heavy equipment packs long distances over rough terrain, or up and down stairs and underground infrastructure ...

Sun 21 May 17 from SpaceDaily

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