Ford Introduces Full Body Exoskeleton Vests to Help Fight Worker Fatigue and Injury

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Two years ago car manufacturer General Motors adapted NASA’s robotic arm into a model that could assist their factory workers in their daily tasks. Now, it seems, competitor Ford has followed suit releasing full exoskeleton technology to help with employee fatigue and injury.

Building vehicles is a tough job, but @Ford is rolling out @EksoWorks #EksoVest to lessen worker fatigue in 15 plants globally. EksoVest is the latest advanced technology to reduce the physical toll on employees, providing #powerwithoutpain. Learn more: https://t.co/AntzRs99x8

— EksoWorks (@EksoWorks) 7 August 2018 Upper body exoskeletal vests

The firm announced it was introducing the new upper body exoskeletal wearables in 15 plants globally to aid workers with repetitive overhead tasks that sometimes force them to

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