James Klassen, inventor of LiveDrive and chief technology officer of Genesis Robotics, stands next to the exoskeleton reference design built using LiveDrive actuators. Exoskeletons will help workers lift heavy objects with a lower risk of injury, improve prosthetics, allow soldiers to carry heavier loads and offer more natural mobility to people with physical restrictions.
James Klassen, inventor of LiveDrive and chief technology officer of Genesis Robotics, stands next to the exoskeleton reference design built using LiveDrive actuators. Exoskeletons will help workers lift heavy objects with a lower risk of injury, improve prosthetics, allow soldiers to carry heavier loads and offer more natural mobility to people with physical restrictions. Courtesy photo Business Wire
James Klassen, inventor of LiveDrive and chief technology officer of Genesis Robotics, stands next to the exoskeleton reference design built using LiveDrive actuators. Exoskeletons will help workers lift heavy objects with a lower risk of injury, improve prosthetics, allow soldiers to carry heavier loads and offer more natural mobility to people with physical restrictions. Courtesy photo Business Wire

Koch makes 'significant investment' in robotics with LiveDrive

April 11, 2018 04:13 PM