"ETI’s Integrated Support Exospine™ has been selected as an Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment (AEWE) Spiral G technology. The Army Expeditionary Warrior Experiment is TRADOCs premier campaign of Soldier-focused, network enabled experiments which provide a venue for aggressive experimentation with emerging technologies and concepts. The AEWE Spiral G Experiment is scheduled October 17 – November 4 at Fort Benning, Georgia."
- Army Times: (review) Nov. 14th, 2011
Feedback from test subjects:
- “The load feels lighter because it’s off my chest and shoulders!”
- “I can breathe easier!”
- “Now that I don’t feel the weight on my back, I can focus
more on mission and be less distracted by pain!”
- “I can lift my arms above my head. My arms are free to move.”
- “It was a faster recovery time with the use of the ISE, faster to catch my breath.”
Active and retired military members:
"I am SMA (Retired) Jack L Tilley. I have looked at the Integrated Support Exospine™ /ISE™ and recognized an essential piece of missing equipment in the military's inventory. There is a current push to solve the constant burden placed on the bodies of our men and women of the military, which is caused by the advanced protective components in use. Having tried on this device, I believe this is the answer to the problem."
- SMA (R) Jack L Tilley
"Thanks Dr. Glenn,
I have to say that this was the best visit/briefing I have had in a while. Your ISE system will make lots of soldiers happy and help prevent some of the injuries. Thank you for thinking about our soldier's needs. Take care and I hope to hear from you soon."
- An active duty CSM at Fort Bragg