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Defense Robotics

Boston Engineering’s advanced Robotics Technologies protect our country, support our warfighters, and sustain our military’s mission


BIOSwimmer™ Unmanned Underwater Vehicle (UUV)

Performance and Agility for Security, Inspection, and Search

The BIOSwimmer UUV applies the dynamics of biological fish to advance underwater search, inspection, and to operate in constricted areas inaccessible by other vehicles.

The BIOSwimmer addresses homeland security and commercial maritime capability gaps in littoral waters. BIOSwimmer’s powerful features enable users to:

  • Increase data collection in confined areas
    (e.g., close, steady sonar scans of
    ship hulls and piers)
  • Reduce diver risks associated with
    manual underwater operations
  • Perform a breadth of missions (modular
    design and multi-payload support)
    Provide high performance in harsh
  • Collect data (live or stored)
    Operate semi-autonomously, autonomously,
    or manually (override for additional inspection)
  • Launch and recover rapidly

Exoskeletons: Next Generation PPE

Neutral Wearables

Some of the most common field injuries derive from back, shoulders, and leg strains and sprains. These are often triggered by improper lifting form, overuse, or overexertion in environments where workers perform rote movements with heavy or high-volume objects. Protect labor force, minimize injuries, and reduce workman’s compensation claims by integrating exoskeletons, also known as neutral wearables, into PPE rotation.

Designed to perform specific functions such as lifting, pushing, or carrying, exoskeletons work to stabilize the body and multiply human strength. These devices are fully adjustable, customizable, and adaptable to move with natural body mechanics. They function to assist wearers without restricting movement or replacing human skill. Depending on the required application, these devices can be either passive (operated without a battery), powered (battery operated), or a mix of both.


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Commercial Exoskeleton That Protect The Lives of U.S. Soldiers in Combat
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Exoskeleton Third Party Independent Testing, In-Depth Interview with Boston Engineering
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