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AGILITY is the eminent style of our soldiers, who are the
self imposed combination of Strength, Speed, Re-activeness and Endurance.
Excessively loaded soldiers have a negative impact on unit mobility and
efficiency. A soldier can carry approximately 30% of his body weight and still
retain a significant percentage of his maneuverability. But, a load exceeding
45% of a soldier’s body weight, then he loses his robustness significantly and
is at greater risk for Injury. 

To aid such impediments, we propose a biomimetic trio design that could
be worn in close proximity to the body that can generate power by itself rather
consuming it, which is achieved with the support of ENERGY SCAVENGING. If a
soldier can generate extra electricity while walking, it reduces the weight of
the batteries that he must carry and the design can save some energy of the wearer.
When walking downhill, the  resistance and power generation of device  increases automatically, inturn reducing the
load on the wearer’s legs.

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Based on a muscle strength assessment study, we have designed a rigid
load-bearing framework to transfer weight off the wearer to the ground. A
compact design of Pyroelectric Infrared Sensors and actuators at the knee,
ankle and hip to increase strength; soft materials that buffer between the
human being and the rigid frame; hip-assistance structure that uses a backpack
frame to attach to the torso which generates electricity based on dorsi-flexor
and plantar-flexor movements and an artificial intelligence that adjusts the
machinery to move with the wearer is proposed. With the orthosis  gait kinematics, man and machine can be
combined into an intimate, symbiotic unit that will perform essentially as one
wedded system. And our design provides a synergistic strategy for a
light-weight and efficient interpretation for the reality of a load carrying
exoskeleton for our soldiers.