Comau has announced MATE, a wearable exoskeleton, at Automatica in Munich, the international trade fair for Automation and Mechatronics.
Exoskeletons have been theorized for decades as a solution for increasing the work output and ergonomics of human laborers. However, there are few viable examples available in the market. However, most of these hypothetical and fictional devices have been robotic, such as the infamous power loader exoskeleton from Aliens. However, the MATE uses no batteries, …
Source URL: Comau Launches MATE, a Non-Robotic, Spring-Based Wearable Exoskeleton, at Automatica 2018
Source Website: Advance Engineering – Engineering.com