The ALDAK comes in two variants, the ALDAK – Passive (non-motorized) and ALDAK – Active (powered exoskeleton).  The ALDAK is a hip-support exoskeleton for back support.


This active exoskeleton is designed to provide “comfortable lower back support when picking and lifting.  Using an adjustable assist-as-needed system, Aldak helps the operator lift weights with ease, allowing them to support demanding positions or complete repetitive motions while providing proper ergonomic support.”

The company defines ALDAK as a hip movement and force compensation exoskeleton with the intent to avoid hip lesion on movements of heavy duties while assisting workers on their repetitive movement of charges.

The exoskeleton can be managed by the user using an APP on a tablet, PC or a Smartphone.  Each unit can be personalized with reports on movement curves, force, level of assistance, number of movements, speed, etc.  It is also possible to use EMG and EEG signals and/or voice commands to command the exoskeleton.

The ALDAK has one motorized degree of freedom in the sagittal plane that can produce the is meant to produce 70Nm of torque.  It utilizes Li-Fe batteries with 5h charge or 24,000 activations of the exo.

The ALDAK (active) is made by Cyber Human Systems, a spin-off of GOGOA Mobility Robots.  Keep up to date on all GOGOA related news on ExR.

Cyber Human Systems, Arzubia Kalea 10B 7 bajo, Traña – Matiena / 48220 / Bizkaia, Spain, website

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