The third generation of the "Warrior" can get an active exoskeleton
The composition of the next generation of equipment "Warrior" can enter the active exoskeleton, which increases the capabilities of the musculoskeletal system of a soldier, transfers TASS Post press service TsNIItochmash (included in Rostec).
“As for exoskeleton constructions, yes, indeed, developments are being conducted in this direction. The possibility of using active and passive exoskeletons for military personnel is being considered, ”the press service reported.
They said that "at present, the institute is conducting research to improve the existing combat equipment of servicemen, and there is a search for new constructive and technological solutions."
The Institute noted that the passive exoskeleton "does not contain drives and is adapted for unloading the musculoskeletal system." While the active exoskeleton is a “mechanism, in the hinges of which the electric and hydraulic actuators that enhance the capabilities of the musculoskeletal system” must be mounted.
Earlier, the Director General of the Institute Dmitry Semizorov told the agency that the next (third) generation of the “Warrior” will see the light in 5-7 years. According to him, this will be the equipment of "a fundamentally new level for all component systems - protection, destruction, life support, control and energy supply."
Igor Ageenko / TASS
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