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At this year's IFA trade show, LG displayed the CLOi SuitBot, a robotic exoskeleton that's supposed to support the legs of the person wearing it. There's no word on when it will be available.
LG designed the SuitBot to give people like factory employees greater strength and mobility when they do manual labor.
The SuitBot has built-in "sandal-type" shoes. LG says they'll automatically adjust so the wearer can get in and out of the robot more easily.
LG says the company designed SuitBot with a "comfortable fit and naturally rotating joints."
Other companies are also working on wearable robots, such as Hyundai, Japanese company Cyberdyne and Ford.
The SuitBot was displayed on a pedestal during the trade show, so we didn't have a chance to see it in action.
The SuitBot is part of LG's CLOi range of service robots. We first saw the line at CES this year, and they were on display at IFA, as well.
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