The revolution of Cray X continues this year too, thanks to the introduction of the new model capable of supporting two different regions of the body.
The exoskeleton of society German Bionic, designed to help workers lift heavy loads without suffering from back pain, has reached its fifth version.
The company has recently announced the release of the updated exoskeleton, even more practical and efficient than previous ones.
Indeed, this model is able to support two different regions of the body, protecting the lower back and assisting the wearer in active walking.
Workers who wear it will be able to lift loads up to 30kg, without fear of the repercussions on the health of the back.
Over the years, the Cray X exoskeleton has already been used by several well-known companies. Companies such as BMW, Ikea and DPD have had the opportunity to experience it directly, approving its benefits.
The new Cray X supports two different regions of the body
But what are the news of the moment? How has Cray X changed and what can it do now?
Of the original characteristics of the product, just a few elements remain:
- the carbon fiber frame
- IoT functionality
- integration with smart fabric
Cray X is now equipped with an even more powerful battery, capable of delivering power for longer than previous versions. In addition, the battery can be quickly replaced once empty, so as to avoid delays or slowdowns.
An assistance system dedicated to new users has been added, which allows you to view the instructions for use on an integrated display. At the same time, the new exoskeleton it is equipped with an alert system - based on artificial intelligence - which alerts wearers in case of bad posture or incorrect lifting methods.
All possible problems encountered can be recorded directly, so as to include them in reports on environmental and social governance.
Finally, we know that the company has decided to add IP54 waterproofing, which also allows outdoor use in "unfavorable" conditions. In this way, the system can also be used on construction sites, and not only in warehouses.
If Cray X offers support to two regions of the body today, the chances are that it will go a long way. In the future, systems could arise that can support the whole body, not just some of its parts.
We will find out the price of the latest version of the famous German Bionic exoskeleton al CES 2022 in Las Vegas next January, ahead of worldwide availability in early 2022.