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Robots and Cobots, Drones and Proximity Detection

In the field of occupational health, technology that can automatically keep humans safe from potentially high-risk workplace scenarios is transformative. Better still, technology that takes this one step further and completely removes the need for a human even to be present in these kind of situations is the very definition of lifesaving. Read More

Exoskeletons leading the way

Dr Heba Lakhany from the University of Strathclyde talks to John Kersey about exoskeletons and how they can help overcome the effects of stroke. Read More

Utility workers to test exoskeleton vests

Morrison Utility Services is trialling a number of exoskeletons out in the field, which are designed to reduce strain-related injuries. Read More



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