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Reducing Occupational Injuries One “Lift” at a Time In the United States alone, the economic impact of on-the-job back injuries is estimated to exceed $100 billion annually, with the average cost of back injury-related workers’ compensation claims falling between $40,000-$80,000 per incident. Beyond these massive financial consequences for employers, employees and insurance companies lie the […]Read More
Sarcos Robotics Adds Lieutenant General Stephen Lanza, United States Army (Retired), to its Advisory Board
SALT LAKE CITY and BELLEVUE, Wash. – June 12, 2018 –Sarcos®Robotics, a global leader in the production of powered full-body exoskeleton robots for industrial and military applications,today announced that Lieutenant General Stephen Lanza, former Commanding General of the United States Army’s I Corps based out of Joint Base Lewis-McChord in Washington, has joined the company’s […]Read More
Source: GE Reports | Inspecting the dimly lit belly of a chemicals storage tank can be a pretty grim task. But one industrious soul does it with grace and ease — and certainly without complaint. The brave worker we’re talking about is a snake robot equipped with special magnetic tracks that allow it to inch […]Read More
Source: ZDNet | Construction is embracing automation as legacy players team up with tech innovators Caterpillar, for example, recently invested in Sarcos, a robotics company with a line of exoskeletons that augment human strength. The market for construction robots is set to grow to $166.4 million by 2023, according to new research from Markets & […]Read More
SALT LAKE CITY and BELLEVUE, Wash. – May 9, 2018 – Sarcos®Robotics, a global leader in the production of robots that combine human intelligence and dexterity with the strength, endurance and precision of machines to improve efficiency and reduce occupational injuries for complex or non-repetitive tasks, today announced that General William M. Fraser III, former Commander […]Read More
Source: Industry Week | Sarcos Robotics CEO Ben Wolff talks about how the company that started the 21st century as a military contractor, could soon give general contractors, and any industrial worker, super powers. The 35-year-old Sarcos Robotics is about to redefine how the toughest industrial jobs are done, although if you’ve heard of the Salt-Lake […]Read More
Source: Forbes | Big names including BMW, GE, Caterpillar and Delta Air Lines are collaborating on ways to give workers superpowers. Or at least powered full-body exoskeletons that can combine the strength, endurance and precision of machines with human intelligence and dexterity. On Wednesday Sarcos Robotics announced the creation of an Exoskeleton Technical Advisory Group (“X-TAG”) focused on […]Read More
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