- Artificial exoskeletons
- Biomechatronic exoskeletons
- Defense exoskeletons
- Exoskeleton suits
- Military exoskeletons
- Powered armor
- Powered exoskeletons
- Wearable exoskeletons
- found: Work cat.: A human factors evaluation of exoskeleton boot interface sole thickness [ER] 2006: abstract (an exoskeleton) exec. summ. (development of a wearable, anthropomorphic, powered exoskeletal device intended to increase the speed, strength, and endurance of soldiers in combat situations is currently being funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) through the Exoskeletons for Human Performance Augmentation (EHPA) program)
- found: Rangeresqe Tactical Gear web site, June 7, 2010: menu selection: Exoskeletons (wearable machines that give humans enhanced abilities; defense exoskeleton; bionic external skeletal structures; exoskeleton suit for ground troops ... wearable robotic system gives soldiers the ability to run faster, carry heavier weapons, and leap over large obstacles)
- found: HowStuffWorks web site, June 7, 2010: article: How Exoskeletons Will Work (human performance augmentation systems; exoskeletal systems ... will have built-in computers)
- found: HighTech EDGE web site, June 7, 2010: article: Military Super Suit Exoskeleton (robotic exoskeleton)
- found: Wearable robots: biomechatronic exoskeletons, c2008.
- found: Wikipedia, July 1, 2010: under Exoskeleton, Artificial exoskeletons (Humans have long used armor as an artificial exoskeleton for protection, especially in combat. Exoskeletal machines (also called powered exoskeletons) are also starting to be used for medical and industrial purposes)
- found: Google, June 7, 2010 (search terms: exoskeleton: 706,000 results, exoskeleton suit: 722,000 results, military exoskeleton: 759,000 results)
- notfound: Web. 3;Larousse Dict. of Sci. and Tech.;McGraw-Hill Dict. of Sci. and Tech. terms, 4th ed.;Dept. of Defense dict. of military and associated terms
- 2010-06-30: new
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