Exoskeleton Tools

We do the heavy lifting.
Combing human intelligence with machine power, our wearable tools are designed to support and optimize logistic workers through lifting and walking augmentation. With years of real-world use, our active suits are an unobtrusive companion to workers performing labor-intensive, manual handling tasks.
Benefits
Safety First
Our powered exoskeletons provide support for lifting, unloading, static holds and walking, resulting in added energy and relief to your workers and reduction in sick days and turnover for organizations.
Worker First
From design to deployment, everything we do has a worker-first mentality. Fit, fabric and freedom-of-motion are always top of mind when designing our wearable tools.
Established Field Use
German Bionic has years of real-world commercial use of our exoskeleton technologies. Working closely with our customers and utilizing our connectivity, we obtain user feedback and data to accelerate R&D and improve each iteration.
Real-time Insights
With access to a suite of software platforms, the wearable exoskeleton tools provide users and organizations real-time insights to identify risks, monitor impact, and optimize workplace safety and efficiency.
Safer lifting
Effective physical support for warehousing tasks including commissioning, picking, (un)loading, (de)palletizing and lifting in general.
Greater agility
Integrates easily in all industrial IoT environments and Smart Factory ecosystems to optimize processes throughout the entire supply chain.
Smarter logistics
Adds the flexibility and problem-solving creativity of humans into processes where full automation or other aids are impractical or not viable.
Reduced fatigue
Supporting two body regions, our exoskeletons reduce exhaustion and preserves worker energy levels while lifting and walking.
Increased versatility
Challenging environments aren’t a problem thanks to IP54 dust and waterproof protection.
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How to get the most out of an exoskeleton tool
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Weight
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Objects should weigh 17 lbs (8 kg) or more.

02
Lift
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Objects should be lifted or lowered down between floor and chest height, or vice versa.

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Frequency
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The movements should happen constantly, approx. 30-60 times an hour. So frequently take place.

Objects should weigh 17 lbs (8 kg) or more.

Objects should be lifted or lowered down between floor and chest height, or vice versa.

The movements should happen constantly, approx. 30-60 times an hour. So frequently take place.