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Japanese robotics and technology company Cyberdyne signed an agreement with Japan Airport Terminal of Tokyo for next-gen robots in the Haneda Airport.

Hocoma is a Swiss-based company that has developed robotic exoskeletons for use in hospitals and other clinical settings for rehabilitation treatment. They have taken the knowledge that they have gained about neurological movement disorders and applied it to therapy for low back pain. The result is a system designed for consumers that helps increase range of motion and strengthen lower back muscles.

Hocoma is a Swiss-based company that has developed robotic exoskeletons for use in hospitals and other clinical settings for rehabilitation treatment. They have taken the knowledge that they have gained about neurological movement disorders and applied it to therapy for low back pain. The result is a system designed for consumers that helps increase range of motion and strengthen lower back muscles.

The HAL device will allow airport workers to lift heavy items with less strain on their lower backs.

Legs of Steel—Japanese Airport Employees Are Now Part Robot

The HAL device will allow airport workers to lift heavy items with less strain on their lower backs.

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Amazing. Looks silver glazed leather to me. Almost like soft armor.

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SKLZ Industrial Strength Back Support by SKLZ. $16.98. The SKLZ industrial strength Back Support is ideal for lower back and abdominal support while lifting, bending and pulling.

SKLZ Industrial Strength Back Support by SKLZ. $16.98. The SKLZ industrial strength Back Support is ideal for lower back and abdominal support while lifting, bending and pulling.

(Phys.org)—Ten hospitals in Japan are set to begin testing the use of a robot known as "Robot Suit HAL" starting next month. The purpose of the test will be to determine whether use of the robot is beneficial to patients needing physical therapy to regain normal use of their legs.

(Phys.org)—Ten hospitals in Japan are set to begin testing the use of a robot known as "Robot Suit HAL" starting next month. The purpose of the test will be to determine whether use of the robot is beneficial to patients needing physical therapy to regain normal use of their legs.

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