Developed by order of PJSC MMC Norilsk Nickel, this exoskeleton was designed to facilitate physical work in production and allow workers to effortlessly lift and carry heavy objects.

The device is equipped with a video recorder for monitoring work and weighs more than 20 kg.

As project manager Vladislav Davydov noted, the exoskeletons will be produced at the TechnoSpark group’s contract work facilities, which include metalworking and assembly of high-tech equipment.

Industrial exoskeletons are used in businesses where it is necessary to reduce the physical burden on workers and help prevent overload, sprains and other injuries associated with heavy lifting.

A new invention can significantly improve working conditions and increase productivity at Russian enterprises.

Source: Ferra

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