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THE INVESTOR
June 13, 2021

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LG to unveil wearable robot for physical labor

  • PUBLISHED :August 23, 2018 - 10:16
  • UPDATED :August 23, 2018 - 10:16
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[THE INVESTOR] LG Electronics said on Aug. 23 it will showcase a wearable robot that can help workers lift and move heavy objects easier at the upcoming tech exhibition in Germany.

The Korean electronics company said the CLOi SuitBot will be unveiled to the public at the Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin, which kicks off next week.

LG said the wearable robot, which strengthens legs and the lower body, will help users enhance their physical strength at construction sites and factories, along with other everyday activities. The device can also assist those with physical challenges.

The company also applied artificial intelligence technology in the robot to analyze the surrounding environment and alert users of potential threats.

The CLOi SuitBot also stands out from other wearable robots as it is more comfortable and can be worn easily.

LG said it will continue to expand research into robotics to help people overcome their physical limitations. Last year, the company bought shares in SG Robotics, a Korean developer of wearable robots.

The SuitBot adds to LG’s portfolio of CLOi machines. The company earlier introduced various products for different purposes, including navigation, cleaning, mowing lawns, serving and shopping.

LG said its CLOi brand aims to provide users with clever robots that run on what it calls “operating intelligence.”

The company has not yet announced the detailed date for the release of the CLOi SuitBot.

The Korean tech giant has been forging ties with various partners around the globe to bolster its robot business, including robot developer Robotis, AI startup Acryl, US robot maker Robostar and BossaNova Robotic.

LG said it will continue to develop more robots for household and commercial purposes.

By Song Seung-hyun and newswires (ssh@heraldcorp.com)

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