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Hannover Messe German Bionic presents first robot exoskeleton for the Industrial IoT

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26.03.2019, 02:35  |  365   |   |   
Tokyo, Japan (ots) -

- Technology leader presents the third generation of the
successful Cray X model
- German Bionic IO cloud platform connects exoskeletons with the
Smart Factory and enables AI functionality

Robotics specialist German Bionic presents the first connected
robot exoskeleton for use in the Industrial Internet of Things
(IIoT), at the Hannover Messe. The groundbreaking German Bionic IO
cloud platform connects the third generation of the successful Cray X
exoskeleton with all common enterprise solutions and networked
manufacturing systems, thus enabling complete integration into Smart
Factory and Industry 4.0 environments. Besides cloud services such as
wireless software updates (OTA) and predictive maintenance, German
Bionic IO facilitates the continuous optimization of the intelligent
control system through machine learning and lays the data-scientific
foundation for the next development stages of bionics.

"German Bionic IO is currently the world's leading industrial IoT
suite for exoskeletons," says Armin G. Schmidt, CEO of German Bionic.
"In addition to seamless integration with the Smart Factory and the
availability of all relevant cloud services, German Bionic IO
delivers the data-scientific basis for AI applications and the next
level of bionics - always with the goal of improving user health and
work productivity," continues Armin G. Schmidt.

German Bionic IO: Industrial IoT suite for exoskeletons

The innovative German Bionic IO cloud platform unites the most
robust exoskeleton hardware currently available with the latest
industrial IoT technology, enabling seamless integration into Smart
Factory and Industry 4.0 environments. Alongside wireless software
updates (OTA) and preventative maintenance, the system provides
constantly updated system KPIs that can be accessed in individually
configurable dashboards. Specific user needs, such as identification
management or localization, are supported by German Bionic IO apps.

"The development of the German Bionic IO platform was overseen by
an interdisciplinary scientific team and implemented by international
IoT experts. In addition to the further development of Cray X, the
next step will be to invite independent research institutes to
conduct their own research projects on the platform using the
available aggregated data in order to lay the scientific foundations
for the next development stages of bionics," says Prof. Herbert
Schuster, Member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Association
of the Exoskeleton Industry (VDEI e.V.).

Third generation Cray X: Extraordinary ergonomic industrial design

The third generation of the German Bionic Cray X, the first robot
exoskeleton developed and produced in Europe, impresses at first
sight with its extraordinary ergonomic industrial design. Alongside a
new height-adjustable carrying system and the minimized carbon
cladding, the integrated display unit is particularly striking. It
allows the user to make adjustments to levels of support assistance,
sensitivity and response time - directly on the device. It also
represents the interactive interface between the user and Smart
Factory environments.

The Cray X was nominated for the Hermes Award 2018 and has also
been honored with the Land of Ideas Award 2018 and the Automatica
Award 2018.

German Bionic at the Hannover Messe

German Bionic will be represented with its own stand in Hall 17 /
Booth F04 at the world's largest industrial fair, taking place April
1-5, 2019. Individual product demonstrations can be arranged on
location, upon prior request.

About German Bionic

German Bionic, located in Augsburg, Berlin and Tokyo, is the first
German manufacturer to develop and produce exoskeletons for use in
industrial production. Exoskeletons are human-machine systems that
combine human intelligence with machine power by supporting or
amplifying the movements of the wearer. The German Bionic team is
also committed to researching the role of humans in industry 4.0.
Learn more about German Bionic, its products and the minds behind the
company at: http://www.germanbionic.com/jp/home/.

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Press contact:

Eric Eitel
Telephone: +49 (0)175 167 08 91
Email: ee@germanbionic.com
Home: www.germanbionic.com

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