Servo Magazine ( May 2009 )

Stimulating Robot Tidbits

By Jeff Eckert    View In Digital Edition  

If you’ve always coveted a robot’s ability to lift heavy weights and work tirelessly, Lockheed Martin ([url=][/url]) has a treat for you. At the recent Association of the United States’ Army Winter Symposium, the company introduced the Human Universal Load Carrier (HULC) exoskeleton, designed to provide enhanced strength and survivability to soldiers involved in ground operations...


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