About robots, robot development
and those who make it happen
  • HOAP

    Fujitsu developed the first platform in the HOAP series called HOAP 1. Running on RT-Linux, it contains internal sensors and motors for easy expansion. It can also be bought.

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  • HOAP

    Fujitsu developed the second platform in the HOAP series called HOAP 2. It is equipped with Humanoid Movement-Generation System for movement range, and contains neural networks.

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  • HOAP

    Fujitsu developed the third platform in the HOAP series called HOAP 3. It has an astounding range of state-of-the art features, and runs on RT-Linux and Intel Pentium M processor.

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  • P

    Honda unveiled the P1 humanoid robot in 1993. It is the first in the P series they created. P1 moves with coordinated hands and feet and can pick up and carry objects. It can also grab door knobs and turn electric switches on and off. P1 has 30 degrees…

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  • P

    The third robot in Honda's P series, the P3 is the first completely independent two-legged humanoid walking robot. To make this version smaller, the control system was decentralized and it was built with a different material. It still has a walking speed…

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  • P

    Honda's P series of robots ended with P4, also known as ASIMO. It is a sleeker, faster version of the first three and can run at 6 km/hour. P4 can follow a human's movement and greet an approaching person. It can also recognize human gestures and has…

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