Lockheed Martin shows off Orlando-built exoskeleton tech for U.S. Army


    Lockheed Martin recently gave the U.S. Army an up-close look at technology being built in Orlando that could help soldiers, workers and perhaps disabled people a chance to walk easier.

    A three-day summit at Fort Drum, N.Y., featured demos by companies working on exoskeleton technology, which Lockheed has been developing at its Missiles and Fire Control facility near International Drive.