Unveiled at CES 2017, the Hyundai exoskeleton suits aim to be a supportive way for those who work in factories as well as those who are paraplegics to receive support.
Consisting of three models including the H-WEX, the H-MEX and the HUMA, the Hyundai exoskeletons are each intended to be worn on the body in order to maximize stability for users.
The H-WEX was created with the factory worked in mind with a design that sits on the upper body and hip area in order to make heavy lifting easier. The H-MEX is designed for paraplegics to help users regain mobility after accidents or those who have lost their mobility due to other health reasons. The HUMA is specially designed for those with a weak body such as the elderly in order to make it possible to regain mobility.
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Three Hyundai Exoskeletons were Unveiled by the Brand at CES 2017
- By: Michael HemsworthJan 11, 2017