Mawashi's UPRISE Passive Load-Bearing Exoskeleton is a wearable device that uses mechanical levers to redirect the load carried by soldiers to the ground.
Everything you need to know about the features and benefits of the Military exoskeleton Uprise from Mawashi need to know.
Reducing the burden on soldiers is one of the top five (5) priorities of armed forces around the world.
As wars increasingly take place in urban environments, soldiers will need to increase the frequency and duration of their marches in the near future, as target regions are difficult or impossible to reach by vehicle.
A soldier equipped with the UPRISE passive exoskeleton will be able to carry his equipment more easily (up to 120 pounds, depending on the mission) and his freedom of movement will not be affected by the weight, as is the case without the exoskeleton. This will guarantee him dominance and efficiency on the battlefield while he is equipped with all the tools and functions required for his mission.
The UPRISE Tactical Exoskeleton meets this urgent need to increase the protection of soldiers from injuries that severely limit their performance in the field: With a complex exoskeleton structure made of high-strength titanium, the UPRISE is perfectly adapted to the human body. With its innovative and ultra-lightweight design, this exoskeleton achieves an unparalleled level of freedom of movement.
With minimal resistance to movement, the UPRISE Tactical Exoskeleton allows for all the movements required by dismounted soldiers and Special Forces operators during tactical maneuvers and other tasks. Its rugged and unique frame transfers the load carried by the fighter's shoulders to the ground.
Flexible spine modeled on the human anatomy
Sliding belt for the degree of freedom of hip rotation
Fully articulated and ergonomic legs
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Mawashi was founded in 2003 by Mr. Alain L. Bujold. Since its foundation, more than 130 research and development (R&D) projects have been realized in the fields of defense, law enforcement, corrections and industry.
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