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 ===== Akechi Motors '​Hoplite'​ Exosuit ===== ===== Akechi Motors '​Hoplite'​ Exosuit =====
-The Hoplite is a law-enforcement/​military-grade exosuit unit designed to provide mobility and enhanced firepower while providing protection against small-arms and light anti-material weapons fire, and is designed primarily for outdoor operations in an urban environment where heavier armored vehicles may not be appropriate. ​ It is powered by a hybrid power cell/​microturbine powerplant, carried in its legs, and capable of up to eight hours of operation, depending on activity performed. ​ This exosuit has the standard configuration of paired master/​slave upper limbs, and is EMP-hardended.+The Hoplite is a law-enforcement/​military-grade exosuit unit designed to provide mobility and enhanced firepower while providing protection against small-arms and light anti-material weapons fire, and is designed primarily for outdoor operations in an urban environment where heavier armored vehicles may not be appropriate. ​ It is powered by a hybrid power cell/​microturbine powerplant, carried in its legs, and capable of up to eight hours of operation, depending on activity performed. ​ This exosuit has the standard configuration of paired master/​slave upper limbs, and is EMP-hardened.
    
 The operator controls the exosuit from inside a cockpit that can be sealed and pressurized against an external CBR environment,​ and in addition to the usual panoramic display, the operator also has access to a redundant helmet-mounted display. ​ Sensors include standard visual, IR, millimeter-wave radar, audio, and a suite of CBR detection systems. ​ The operator'​s body is situated in a cockpit in the front lower part of the exosuit'​s torso, similar to other exosuit designs. The operator controls the exosuit from inside a cockpit that can be sealed and pressurized against an external CBR environment,​ and in addition to the usual panoramic display, the operator also has access to a redundant helmet-mounted display. ​ Sensors include standard visual, IR, millimeter-wave radar, audio, and a suite of CBR detection systems. ​ The operator'​s body is situated in a cockpit in the front lower part of the exosuit'​s torso, similar to other exosuit designs.
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