Atlas is a passive modular exoskeleton that supports industrial workers in carrying up to 25kg for long distances. 


Atlas is the first passive exoskeleton for industrial and logistic workers developed by Exomys – Augmented Humanity GmbH, Vienna, Austria. 

Different from other similar exoskeletons on the market, which are task-specific and optimized for a specific set of usages, Atlas is designed to adapt to different work scenarios thanks to its modular design. In fact, Atlas is a system that can support various end-effectors (e.g. hooks and suction cups) and exoskeleton modules (e.g. shoulders and lumbar support). 

With a lightweight design of only 2.3kg, Atlas can support users in carrying weights of up to 25kg. Lab tests showed a 60% decrease in EMG activity on the erector spinae muscles when carrying an object of 25kg in front of the user. 

The Atlas exoskeleton can be adjusted to fit users between 170cm and 185cm and is available for sale on the manufacturer’s website and ships in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. 

Weight of the device:

2.3 kg

Exomys – Augmented Humanity GmbH, Marxergasse 24/2, A-1030 Wien, website

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This exoskeleton catalog entry has been made with the assistance of Stefano Carisi, MS in BioRobotics and Biomechanical Design from the Delft University of Technology an experienced product manager in human-machine collaboration.

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