ProMAT, March 2023 – Chicago

Touch the future of supply chains

Boston, MA | Wearable tool and safety analytic specialist, German Bionic is on site at the premier supply chain trade show, ProMat in Chicago, IL from March 20-23. Visitors to the event can see the recently launched Apogee, the lightest and most comfortable exoskeleton tool for supporting and revolutionizing workplace safety in physically demanding jobs. Attendees can also experience the Cray X fully connected power suit and view the updated German Bionic IO data insight platform that showcases organizations’ safety and ergonomic data. The German Bionic stand is located at Booth #N10217 directly in the McCormick Place North Hall.

“With the deployment of our wearables, businesses are revolutionizing their processes and systems in all areas of manual handling. We look forward to demonstrating the widely adopted tools to ProMat visitors and discussing our increasingly versatile use cases,” says David Mack, General Manager, Americas of German Bionic.

In the age of Industry 4.0, digitalization, connectivity and artificial intelligence are making systems grow together ever more intelligently, thereby creating the conditions for enhanced workplace safety and effectiveness. By deploying the award-winning, fully connected German Bionic power suits, businesses are realizing the ideal case of humans and machines interacting seamlessly and intuitively with each other. The smart exoskeletons provide up to 66 pounds of support per lifting movement at manual workplaces and are simultaneously integrated into the digital workflow via the German Bionic IO platform.

Visitors to the German Bionic stand at ProMat will learn more about how companies can use the data collected by the tools in real time to make flexible adjustments to their processes. The on-site specialists will explain, for example, how the integrated AI-based Smart Safety Companion early warning system for ergonomics can prevent fatigue, incorrect posture, and poor lifting techniques, thus preventing overload-related errors and injuries. And how comprehensive reporting functions can give companies clear overviews of the effectiveness of their safety measures, thus opening up new potentials for workplace safety and business performance.

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