Panasonic today announced mass production of its Walk Training Robot in Japan. Walk Training Robot is designed to provide safe and efficient walk training for elderly citizens with apprehensions about walking because..
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Kourakuen Holdings, Japan will start a demonstration experiment of the non-contact type automatic catering robot K-1 (Kei Strawberry) using AI at Kourakuen Honmiya store (Fukushima Prefecture) on August 27. This venture is..
East Japan Railway unveiled today an autonomous disinfection and mobility robots at it have recently opened high-tech Takanawa Gateway Station in Tokyo. East Japan Railway aims to introduce them by March 2025…
Mitsubishi Electric Launches MELFA ASSISTA Series of Collaborative Robots that Work Collaboratively with Humans
Mitsubishi Electric on May 21 it will launch its MELFA ASSISTA series of robots that work collaboratively with humans based on safety features such as collision detection and strict compliance with the..
OMRON will globally start selling a new mobile robot called the LD-250 on November 15, 2019. With a payload capacity of 250kg, the LD-250 is the strongest and newest addition to Omron’s..
Dai Nippon Printing, Japan has developed a palm-sized lighting device that projects various patterns such as arrows, symbols, etc several meters away. The compact projector is expected to be used for evacuation..
International rules are being drawn up to stop military robots with artificial intelligence (AI) from autonomously deciding which targets to choose and whether to use lethal force. The guiding principles will effectively..
LG will unveil its first “human-centric” wearable robot LG CLOi SuitBot at IFA 2018. LG CLOi SuitBot doesn’t navigate airport lounges and hotel hallways like previous LG Robots, it support and enhance..
Honda today announced that it has ended the development of its humanoid robot, ASIMO. Honda will shift its focus to more practical robots such as models that help in nursing care. Honda..
The robot dogs lined up in their dozens Thursday in Japan were no tech fair display. They were the dearly departed being honoured with their own traditional “funeral.” In some respects, it..