The exoskeleton weighs less than 2 kg, 4.4 lbs.
1 in 3 accidents at work in the personal care and assistance sector is back pain related
Transfer and mobilisations, medical and hygiene care, medicine preparation, management of linen and beds, meals, logistics…The professions of personal care and assistance combine difficult postures, repetitiveness, and hefting.
They generate irreversible back pain that affects the work organisation and the quality of care provided. The Japet.W solution aims to restore the body balance, to protect the back and free the human abilities in companies.
Avoid back injuries
By reducing the impact on the spine of heavy load lifting, repetitive tasks and awkward postures, our exoskeleton helps reducing accidents and work stoppages related to low back pain.
The goal: protect and relieve the caregivers’ backs to maintain the quality of patient care provided.
Our device supports the user’s back and limits the at-risk postures. It provides comfort in the carrying out of the activity and secures the professional gestures and postures.
The goal: Reduce the risk of occupational injuries and accidents.
Maintain freedom of movement
Thanks to its motorisation, our exoskeleton supports the caregiver in all his movements. Thus, it keeps a complete mobility and preserves the versatility necessary for the carrying out of numerous tasks in these trades.
The goal: Maintain the mobility of the caregivers and preserve their versatility.
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Your online diagnosis
You are a care and assistance structure and have identified an at-risk workstation? You want to ensure the exoskeleton is a relevant solution?
Our online diagnosis allows you to check in less than 5 minutes if our exoskeleton meets your needs. By measuring the biomechanical gain and quantifying the return on investment, you will be able to evaluate the results of its integration.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does the exoskeleton weigh?
How long do I have to wear the exoskeleton?
The exoskeleton is generally used during the most demanding tasks for the back, so the duration of use depends on the type of activity.
In order to determine the ranges of use of the exoskeleton, we help you to identify the tasks at risk or with high lumbar stress to ensure optimal use and adhesion to the product.
How to ensure that the exoskeleton is used?
To ensure that the exoskeleton is used, it is necessary to follow a gradual integration process by identifying the first users and ensuring that the exoskeleton corresponds to a real need.