The exoskeleton robot, which can enhance the body function of ordinary people, can find quite practical application scenarios in many fields, such as helping workers lift heavy objects in industrial environment. Sarcos robotics, which unveiled the guardian XO exoskeleton machine suite for the first time last year, recently raised another $40 million. With a total of $100 million in venture capital, the company is expected to bring the full range of exoskeleton machines to market in 2021. < p > < p > VentureBeat reports that sarcos robotics will use the funds to commercialize the guardian XO exoskeleton device, which is expected to eventually be used in healthcare, recovery, mining and safety industries. < p > < p > it is reported that sarcos robotics first demonstrated the guardian XO in January last year, claiming that it is the world’s first full-body industrial exoskeleton device based on battery power. < / P > < p > for example, when it comes to lifting 100 pounds (45 kg), guardian XO can reduce the actual burden on workers to only 5 pounds (2.2 kg). < / P > < p > this product has attracted the attention of Delta Airlines and launched a trial experience with sarcos robotics on the front-line staff earlier this year. Didi Qingju bicycle has entered 150 cities