Hi Guys, Philip English from RoboPhil.com and this video we are having a look at our final Thoughts for the V22 Ergoskeleton!
Whether you are moving boxes around the warehouse or moving packages for UPS, you know lifting is gruesome work. The V22 is a self-powered exoskeleton that makes lifting easier and safer. To make lifting safe, StrongArm started with the root of the problem, “the human body.” They created a technology that bolsters a worker’s musculoskeletal system making lifting more natural, safe and powerful. The V22 is the first precision lifting ErgoSkeleton in the world creating an entirely new category of safety equipment that enhances human performance.
StrongArm passive ergoSkeleton is a load redistribution device that increases strength, reduces fatigue, reduces injury and turns average workers into Industrial Athletes
V22 Ergoskeleton Highlights
- Very light and comfortable to wear, for long duration
- Very easy to put on and remove.
- Provides a sensation of Transfer the load from the upper body to the legs and Enforce proper lifting techniques.
- User can work for longer, with less Arm Fatigue.
V22 Ergoskeleton Negatives
- The cords can be a bit fiddly
Back injuries in the USA are the #1 source of workplace-related injuries in the USA, resulting in $30 billion in direct costs and $120 billion, if we add indirect costs. (OSHA). Direct costs include medical bills, and the actual costs to treat the injury. Indirect costs include other factors, such as lost productivity.
How much does each risk cost?
5.2% of industrial workers are injured every single year. The average total cost per injury is estimated to be around $60,000.
Who is at risk?
Every single year, the average total cost per injury is estimated to be around $60,000.
Who is at risk?
Of the reported $1.5 million workplace related injuries per year, about half are directly attributed to ergonomic related injuries.
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