ExoHand Gets To Grips With Future Of Automation

Wed, 04/25/2012 - 3:51pm

German engineering firm, Festo, has developed a mechanical exo-skeleton that can be worn like a glove to increase productivity for factory workers or help in the rehabilitation of stroke patients. The company is well known for its innovative automating technologies and says ExoHand is attracting attention at this year's Hanover Trade Fair.

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