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Software engineer Rex Jameson an employee of Sarcos Inc., demonstrates a robotic exoskeleton suit, Salt Lake City, Utah, 14 April, 2008.
The device is being made for the Army by Raytheon. Sarcos is helping to develop the robotics and battery technology under a two-year, $10 million contract.
The suit will initially not be used in the battle field, but for carrying cargo or repairing heavy equipment. The suit improves endurance and increases the wearer's strength, but is limited by the length of the power cord.
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