- The mechatronic arm exoskeleton is made of light carbon material. While it won’t add much weight to the soldier, it could create a big performance boost and as a result make the soldier more efficient and accurate.
- MAXFAS can get rid of arm shakes while you’re shooting and can even differentiate between movements when you are aiming and tremors that occur.
- The development is still in early stages as currently the MAXFAS can only be fixed in place, but the results are promising as the soldiers who used MAXFAS to train, showed better shooting skills after taking it off and in a few years we could see the first mobile versions that could be used on battlefields.
The Army is Developing A Mobile Arm Exoskeleton for Firearm Aim Stabilization - The Latest News
7. 6. 15 by Greg Richards