About robots, robot development
and those who make it happen
  • Keio U.

    Keio University is Japan’s oldest institute of higher education. The robotics department’s goal is to develop robots that can actually understand humans so they can perform effectively. Among projects they have worked on is the TELESAR V Robot, which…

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  • Kitro

    Yuta Sugiura developed Kitro which is primarily made up of wood. It is light-weight and eco-friendly. It can demonstrate a full range of movements like walking, lifting and bowing down.

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  • MKR 3

    MKR-3 is a Japanese robot used for delivery of medications in hospitals. It can push a 33 kg trolley for up to an hour before automatically docking itself to recharge.

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