Published On September 18, 2019
If you are a worker in Hyundai, tightening a bolt with your hands in the air can waste a lot of time when you are working on the assembly line.
Now, you can enjoy the benefit from a wearable robot called Vest Exoskeleton (VEX) for it can surely deliver up to 12 pounds of force, thus reducing the effort you are required to make when lifting apart.
Although the VEX has a somewhat funny look---like a crustacean’s exoskeleton, it received a hugely warm welcome from the people who wore it in Hyundai America's factory.
David, a diligent employee who has joined the test of this device said: “it makes me imagine myself as a robot in a science fiction movie.” Then how does it work?
It appears with the form of a backpack-like installment that has a weight of about 5.5 pounds and can adjust to suit workers of different sizes and statures. It works like the movements of a human body's joints and does not need a battery. What’s more, six degrees of assistance can be chosen by workers.
The development of science and technology should ultimately be devoted to meeting the needs of a human comfortable life.
Of course, life here should cover work. The VEX keeps its promise to make a hard work not unbearable. The good news is that time-saving and labor-saving devices like VEX are not only enjoyable for Hyundai car workers, but also our customers.
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