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Hyundai's medical exoskeleton suit shows the promise of robotsAt CES 2017, carmaker Hyundai reveals the company's foray into robotics with an exoskeleton robotic suit design to help people with disabilities become more mobile.
[MUSIC] Thank you for coming today please tell some of the medical exoskeleton wearing right now. Is Sunday medical axial skeleton attachment because able to provide for spectrum Mobility to paraplegic And other people with disabilities. It can move for them enabling them to sit down, stand up walk on level ground and even climb upstairs and down stairs. How many models well position is the study developing robotic technologies like this because of our work in autonomous vehicles, can you tel us more about that As an auto manufacturer, we have a [INAUDIBLE] amount of expertizing, developing, and manufacturing [INAUDIBLE] devices. Sensors, actuators, batteries, and other devices are key components Especially for autonomous vehicles. For making autonomous vehicles reliable, it is indispensable to recognize environments for [UNKNOWN] amount of data, and probably the act. So same thing, it's for robotics So done we want to bring out synergy in the development of both technologies together. As we start to making autonomous vehicles reliable, we have overcome or [UNKNOWN] to make exoskeleton be safe, be functional for people with disabilities.