Hyundai brings wearable robotics to factories

Publication Title
The Korea JoongAng Daily
Publication/Creation Date
October 23 2018
Kim Jee-Hee (creator)
Hyundai (contributor)
Persuasive Intent
The Hyundai Motor Group will expand the use of wearable robots at its facilities as it works to make robotics a major source of revenue, the company said Monday.

Since September, Korea’s largest automaker has been testing the Hyundai Chairless Exoskeleton (H-CEX) at its North American factory. The H-CEX is an assistive robot for workers who have to stay in a seated position throughout the day. By the end of this year, the carmaker will introduce the Hyundai Vest Exoskeleton (H-VEX) at the same facility.
HCI Platform
Location on Body
Entire Body
Marketing Keywords
Hyundai, Ford, Ekso Bionics

Date archived
October 26 2018
Last edited
May 14 2019
How to cite this entry
Kim Jee-Hee. (October 23 2018). "Hyundai brings wearable robotics to factories". The Korea JoongAng Daily. The Korea JoongAng Daily. Fabric of Digital Life.