When We Merge With Machines

Human Augmentation in the Construction Industry

Human Augmentation technology has the ability to enhance the lives – and work – of people around the globe

In its essence, human augmentation is nothing new or obscure: the term commonly refers to technology that is integrated with a user’s body to help enhance his or her productivity or capability and prevent personal injuries.

With the global market for human augmentation projected to reach US $22.4 billion by the year 2027,1 there is growing momentum behind human augmentation in the construction industry.

One way the industry is implementing human augmentation is through construction exoskeletons – wearable systems that provide physical assistance to its users through assistive torques and/or structural support. 

Download our report to read more about how exoskeletons in construction can help reduce musculoskeletal injuries, improving employee wellbeing and increasing on-site productivity.

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