A leader in the development of robotic exoskeletons, German Bionic, has announced its latest generation smart power suit. Made of ultra-light carbon fiber, this 4th generation Cray X is engineered to support workers when lifting heavy loads of up to 28 kg by actively amplifying their movements and protecting the lower back from excessive strain. It connects to the industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) and the Smart Factory via its integrated cloud interface. Cray X is offering a Robotics-as-a-Service pricing model makes the Cray X to help make the cost of The Cray X more manageable. The Cray X, like other torso/back exoskeletons can help companies save costs by significantly reducing the risk of injury and the associated expenses of employee healthcare and absenteeism.
The new Cray X is a powered exoskeleton that actively supports the lifting of heavy loads. It is powered by a single battery pack that lasts up to 8 hours. Battery packs are quickly swappable for extended usage. the new Cray X actively supports the lifting of heavy loads with its dual high-performance servo motors capable of offsetting weights of up to 28 kg,
The new Cray X is now not only much stronger and also considerably lighter. Carbon fiber is widely known from its use for high-tech applications in the aerospace industry and Formula 1 racing. It is significantly stronger than steel yet is just a fraction of its weight.
German Bionic will provide automatic over-the-air (OTA) software updates and predictive maintenance assist with availability and service.
German Bionic is offering adaptable pricing plans and service levels through its Robotics-as-a-Service (RaaS) model starting at about $800 per month.