– Innophys to Continue Releasing Product in Europe –
Innophys Co., Ltd. (hereinafter “Innophys”), a venture company affiliated with Tokyo University of Science, released wearable work-assisting robotic suit “MUSCLE SUIT Every” in Germany on August 1.
This is part of the company’s marketing of the MUSCLE SUIT (R) series overseas, particularly its sales promotion in the European Union (EU) member countries.
Innophys, headquartered in Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, regards Germany as a key market in the EU for MUSCLE SUIT Every. This is because there are many major exoskeleton work-assisting suit manufacturers in the country where the general public is highly aware of the need for workers to wear work-assisting suits from the viewpoint of protecting their safety.
Innophys has received many inquiries from businesses in Germany about products in its MUSCLE SUIT (R) series. Innophys has signed a contract with a local company as a sales agent largely because it tried MUSCLE SUIT (R) at the Hannover Messe exhibition held in May and confirmed its effectiveness.
Innophys is determined to focus particularly on selling MUSCLE SUIT Every to manufacturers in Germany, and accelerate its business activities in the EU countries.
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About MUSCLE SUIT Every
MUSCLE SUIT Every is a work-assisting robotic suit that lightens the load on the back of workers when they perform work, such as maintaining a half-crouching position and lifting a person or a heavy item. The suit, which weighs only 3.8 kilograms, provides up to 25.5 kgf of assistive force. The device can be utilized at various work sites, including manufacturing, farming, nursing care, logistics and construction, since its artificial muscle uses compressed air to provide assistive force without consuming electricity. By the end of April 2021, the number of products sold in the MUSCLE SUIT (R) series had surpassed 20,000 units, making it the fastest-selling (*) exoskeleton assisting suit using artificial muscle in the world.
(*) According to an Innophys survey
Source: Innophys Co., Ltd.