Nissan gets ready to deploy exoskeletons at Barcelona plant

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Nissan is getting ready to equip some workers with exoskeletons to help improve the ergonomics of some of the tasks performed by them.

Nissan is getting ready to equip some workers with exoskeletons to help improve the ergonomics of some of the tasks performed by them. Nissan says the exoskeleton devices will reduce stress on workers’ muscles by as much as 60%. This lowers the risk of work-related injuries and increases job satisfaction, it said.

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