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  • Banryu HRS-Q11 Banryu HRS-Q11

    TMSUK and Sanyo developed a security robot called Banryu HRS-Q11. It has features like speech synthesis, face recognition, sound sensors, obstacle sensors and temperature sensors.

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  • Banryu T7S Type 1 Banryu T7S Type 1

    TMSUK, Sanyo and Omron developed a dinosaur based security robot called Banryu T7S Type 1. It can be controlled from a distance and responds to simple human voice commands.

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  • Banryu T7S Type 2 Banryu T7S Type 2

    TMSUK, Sanyo and Omron developed a dinosaur based security robot called Banryu T7S Type 2. It has quiet walk mechanism that allows stealth monitoring of establishments.

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  • Banryu T72S Banryu T72S

    TMSUK, Sanyo and Omron developed a security robot called Banryu T72S. It has integrated supersonic sensor, infrared sensor, temperature sensor and smell detection sensor.

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  • Banryu T73S Banryu T73S

    TMSUK and Sanyo developed a security robot called Banryu T73S. It has obstacle sensor, infrared sensor, temperature sensor and odor sensor, and functions on different modes.

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  • Enryu T-52 Enryu T-52

    TMSUK Co. Ltd. and ROBO-GARAGE developed a heavy duty robot called Enryu T-52. It has arms to lift heavy objects, and can be controlled from a cockpit or a remote control.

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  • Enryu T-53 Enryu T-53

    TMSUK Co. Ltd. developed a heavy duty robot called Enryu T-53. It has arms to lift heavy objects and can be used in extreme environments like the Fukushima No. 1 nuclear power reactor.

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  • Kiyomori Kiyomori

    The Kiyomori is an excellent representation of the advancement of robotics. The robot was created in 2005 by tmsuk as an exhibition at the Niigata Hall of Natural Sciences. It has 39 joints that allow it to walk like a human. This bipedal robot has a…

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  • Kobian Kobian

    Tmsuk and Waseda University created a humanoid named Kobian which can move its lips, eyes and neck while responding to stimuli and can express different facial expressions.

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  • Ligurio Ligurio

    The Ligurio is a security robot that can perform multiple tasks. It can move and pick up possible hazardous materials as well as patrol. Ligurio's GPS has a margin of error of only a few centimeters. When it detects intruders it gives a verbal warning,…

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  • Mujiro Mujiro

    Security robot Mujiro's advanced sensors enable it to detect humans behind walls and identify individuals from an incredible 30 miles away; it also disposes of bombs.

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  • QC-RS QC-RS

    Tmsuk Co. designed QC-RS in 2002 which is an autonomous security robot. It can detect and put out small fires using its array of cameras and sensors, and can also double up as a guard robot.

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  • RIDC-01 RIDC-01

    The Japanese company Tmusk developed a cleaning robot called the RIDC-01. This heavy robot cleans floors, listens and recognizes voice commands, and projects videos on a screen.

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  • Shinpo Shinpo

    Atsuo Takanishi’s Laboratory and Tmsuk developed a humanoid called Shinpo. It is the first to walk with straight knees, and can play Janken, move wrists and climb stairs.

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  • T62K T 62K

    Tmsuk Co. created the T62K as a guard robot to help human guards patrol. It can detect potential threats and even detect smoke. The T62K gives a warning if it senses danger. It is even capable of shooting florescent paint at attackers to make it easy…

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  • T63 T 63

    The T63 is an upgraded version of the T62K security robot. This newer robot can patrol corporate office floors and even operate an elevator. Intruders can be shot with rubber bullets or florescent paint. If the T63 detects smoke, it warns the authorities.…

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  • TMSUK-1 TMSUK 1

    The TMSUK-1 was created by the Tmsuk Company with the intention of replacing human office receptionists. There was a large public outcry over this idea, even though some companies declared they wanted one. The TMSUK-1 greets and guides customers, and…

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  • TMSUK-2 TMSUK 2

    The TMSUK-2 is the second version of the TMSUK robot series. It now has 35 speech patterns and a voice recognition function. The TMSUK-2 has other improvements as well, including knowing when it needs to be recharged and the ability to serve tea to office…

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  • TMSUK-3 TMSUK 3

    The TMSUK-3 is the world’s first robot that is remotely controlled using a cellular phone. It has a head-mounted CCD camera to transmit images to a computer monitor. This robot can also be controlled with a keyboard or joystick via computer. It paves…

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  • TMSUK-4 TMSUK 4

    The TMSUK Company created a fourth robot in the TMSUK series. The TMSUK-4 is a remote-controlled robot that can do errands, such as going shopping and cleaning vegetables. The humanoid robot can also be controlled via cell phone and has 27 degrees of…

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  • WL-16 WL-16

    Tmsuk and Waseda University developed a two-legged walking robot called WL-16 that carries people. This chair robot can also transport heavy goods in difficult areas or terrains.

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