With the announcement of its new smart wearables at the beginning of the year, German Bionic has solidified its position as the standard for smart exoskeleton and ergonomic technology to protect and empower today’s physical labor forces.

Making a spectacular debut at CES 2023 in Las Vegas was the German Bionic Apogee power suit. The fully-connected smart wearable turned heads and captured the imagination of thousands of visitors to the world’s most influential technology show.

Building on the current German Bionic exoskeleton model, the Cray X – which received the “CES 2023 Best of Innovation Award” in the “Wearable Technologies” category shortly ahead of the show – the new Apogee power suit attracted phenomenal attention from the international media and was regularly cited as one of the coolest, most interesting, and amazing innovations at this year’s event by the likes of Wired, the Daily Beast, and Gizmodo to name but a few, along with extensive coverage across the globe from news agencies including Associated Press, dpa, UPI, and Reuters.

Providing up to 66 lbs (30 kg) of support for the lower back per lifting movement as well as active walking assistance, the AI-supported Apogee exosuit was also a top pick of the Engadget staff writers: The strikingly designed, dust and water-resistant Apogee was distinguished as one of just a very few to receive the highly coveted “Engadget Best of CES 2023 Award”.

The phenomenal success of the launch of the new German Bionic smart wearables at CES 2023 and the broad-based attention it secured has strengthened our resolve to keep pushing ever forward to improve workplace safety and shape the future of human physical work.

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