Wearable Exoskeleton

The project team have been using an ‘Exoskeleton’ system. This piece of equipment is manufactured by Hilti, and whilst it is mainly used in the USA, it is relatively new to the UK and is something that is very uncommon and will be used on this project.

This is a wearable exoskeleton, and its aim is to reduce fatigue and strain for both experienced and novice users.

The design is focused on overhead work and work above shoulder height which can be intensive and tiring.

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Monitor Report. Willmott Dixon. Merseyside. August 2020.


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