One million overhead tasks a year become easier thanks to a non-powered support gear.
It also has a life support system and powered exoskeleton.
AILA is an exoskeleton controlled humanoid bot that can be controlled from thousands of miles away. In the future, AILA could even perform repairs on the ISS.
The exoskeleton assists user movement by integrating voice commands.
This isn’t your traditional chair.
The promising tech may give paralyzed people the ability to walk.
You can't fight aliens with it…but you'll be able to run from them at 20 mph or more.
This hands-free exoskeleton is helping the paralyzed walk again.
There could be applications for medical therapy, athletics, even astronaut training.
Forget holding a controller. Now, put on your exoskeleton.
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