Move over Tony Stark, baggage carriers in Tokyo are suiting up to manage physical tasks beyond their usual capacity. A Japanese robotics company which incidentally is called Cyberdyne (like the tech company in the Terminator 2: Judgement Day movie) unveiled the power suit in 2015.
The suit initially aims to prevent aching backs and aid body posture during manual labour, but it also boosts strength and allows wearers carry heavier stuff than the usually would.
The suits are currently being used by staff working for the Airport Limousine bus service at Haneda Airport in Tokyo since travellers tend to move with humungous sizes of luggage.
They are suited up and ready to move some real weight.
Check out how it works below and let us know what you would do it if you had one.