This company is a spin-off from the C&R Lab at Hanyang University.
They are working on a range of prototypes designed for military, assistive or rehabilitation purposes.
On display was the HL40, UR10, CR10H, CR55 and WA20 variants.
The group has published various papers, such as:
Kim et al., “Mechanical design of the Hanyang Exoskeleton Assistive Robot (HEXAR)”, ICCAS 2014 PDF
KITECH (Korea Institute of Industrial Technology)
The were demonstrating the HyPER3 “wearable robot”.
It was designed to work for up to 9 hours, carrying heavy loads for military, construction or disaster applications.