Photos And Video Of The Incredible Wearable Hydraulic Hyundai Robot

Posted: May 13 2016, 10:11am CDT | by , Updated: May 13 2016, 10:26am CDT, in News | Technology News


Photos and Video of the Incredible Wearable Hydraulic Hyundai Robot

South Korean Motor Group works on Iron Man inspired wearable robot suit and it look amazing. See the photos and watch the video.

As reported earlier, Hyundai Motor Group works on wearable robots that help humans to become super heroes. The robot suit gives the wearer super human strength carrying heavy items without risk of injury.

The current version can lift items as heavy as 60kg. The image above shows how a worker can carry a metal door. The wearable robot has arms with grippers to grab things. 

The power of the Hyundai robot comes from a hydraulics system.

Wearable robots will be big some day. Harvard University made headlines this week. Researchers there work on soft robot suits. The current version of the flexible exosuit reduces the energy required for walking when carrying a heavy load by 7%. The future might not be Iron Man but Spiderman with Iron Man power.

See the impressive Hyundai wearable robot photos in the gallery.

Hyundai also works on less massive exoskeletons that are aimed at helping elderly walk. See that version also in the gallery at the end. We found a recent Korean language TV report showing the the hydraulic wearable Robot from Hyundai Rotem in action. Watch below.

We also found a video about the lightweight Hyundai wearable robot. Watch below.

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