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Panasonic showed its vision of eczecstwa in the future
Exoskeletons are no longer the priority of science fiction, but if you ask the managers from Panasonic, they you clearly prorisuet the future and without this accessory none of the big warehouse companies will not do. The Japanese tech giant has released a video that shows the technology for eczecstwa and robots on which the company operates. It is clear that Panasonic wants to make bionic, auxiliary device, so that it can be in all areas of daily life use. Suit "Assist Suit", which is shown in the top photo, as well as the "Ninja Suit" with the strengthening of the lower back help in relieving the load on leg muscles when you work that allows you to move large loads or move along very steep slopes.
The Creator of the suit "Power Loader" directly inspired by the movie "Alien" is supposed to help in heavy construction work or for rescue operations during various natural disasters and accidents.
Part of the application of these robotic suits include the addition of mobility to patients with various disability issues. "SRSR" robot Registrar of the same company should assist adults with work any work which include stress on the joints.
"Resyone" another interesting system that has turned the bed into a wheelchair for maximum comfort of patients with more serious diseases.
Clips from Panasonic shows the optimistic vision of this topic in the future, but such machines and systems are costly and unlikely to be generally available at least in the next 10-20 years, and the functionality of some of them is still limited (the problem was in the batteries, of course they are the weak link of most modern technologies Assist Suit can work a maximum of 8 hours, for example). However, the fact that companies like Panasonic are developing such a wide range of devices, gives serious hope that we will see another transformation of science fiction into real daily life.