DAILY MAIL:The robot you can WEAR! LG Unveils Its New AI-Powered SuitBot That ‘Enhances’ Leg Movements To Help Warehouse Workers Lift Heavy Objects

DAILY MAIL:The robot you can WEAR! LG Unveils Its New AI-Powered SuitBot That ‘Enhances’ Leg Movements To Help Warehouse Workers Lift Heavy Objects

The robot you can WEAR! LG unveils its new AI-powered SuitBot that ‘enhances’ leg movements to help warehouse workers lift heavy objects

  • SuitBot was designed in collaboration with fellow South Korean firm SG Robotics
  • Robotic suit learns to adapt to users’ movements by tracking biometric data
  • It uses this data to analyse movements to suggest optimal gestures and stances
  • It can also network with LG’s range of service robots announced back in January

Workers of the future could be given a boost thanks to a wearable robotic suit developed by LG.

Dubbed CLOi SuitBot, the AI-powered robotic suit boosts the leg movements of its wearer, letting them undertake tasks they normally wouldn’t be equipped to handle.

The firm says it could to help warehouse workers who have to lift heavy objects.

The CLOi SuitBot can communicate with other service robots built by LG to become part of a ‘smart working network’ to co-ordinate around the factory floor.

A concept version of the technology was unveiled at a media launch during the annual IFA tech conference, which is held in Berlin from August 31 to September 5.

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Workers of the future could be given a boost thanks to a wearable robotic suit being developed by LG. AI technology allows SuitBot to learn and evolve through recognition and analysis of biometric and environmental data

Workers of the future could be given a boost thanks to a wearable robotic suit being developed by LG. AI technology allows SuitBot to learn and evolve through recognition and analysis of biometric and environmental data

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DAILY MAIL:The robot you can WEAR! LG unveils its new AI-powered SuitBot that ‘enhances’ leg movements to help warehouse workers lift heavy objects

 

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