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 Besides the famous Aibo robot or Asima there is now a company in Japan developing and selling wearable suits to support people to carry weights and to train their muscles for rehabilitation. The company on the forefront of this movement is CYBERDYNE which was founded by a professor from Tsukuba University. Below you will find the company webpage. Interesting for investors is that the company will be listed in March on the TSE. Besides that the company already has a subsidiary in Germany and even its wearble suit is approved as medical device in the European Union:

 

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