Exy ONE by Exy is a passive occupational exoskeleton for the arms, shoulders, and back. Initial customers are in the automotive, metal-mechanical, civil construction, and logistics sectors in Brazil. The main goal of the Exy ONE, similar to many other industrial exoskeletons, is to reduce the risk of musculoskeletal injuries. This ergonomic solution is not intended to increase the maximum weight a worker should be responsible for handling.
The Exy ONE is a second-generation device with design changes based on user feedback and studies. It won two design awards in 2020. Design-wise, this wearable comes from 3.55 kg (7.8 lb) to 4.3 kg (9.5 lb). It has an unusual linkage structure that extends back from the shoulders behind the back before linking with the upper arm.
It is meant to be taken on or off in less than 30 seconds, and it comes in two models: one for shorter and one for taller workers. Both models can be adjusted in a range of four support levels. The maximum assist level is 8 kg (17.6 lb) for each arm. Robustness testing has shown Exy ONE units being able to perform 600,000 cycles.
Exy, Av. Comendador Franco | Avenida, 1341 – Jardim Botânico, Curitiba – PR, Brasil, website
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