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Robots | Thailand (13)


    Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat U.

    Team BSRU in Thailand launched a robot called BSRU-I. It has competed in a lot of competitions, including the Robo Cup Humanoid League in 2010 and the Robot Humanoid Soccer Championship in 2011. It earned the special talent reward in robotics for its…

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  • ChibiDragon ChibiDragon

    Chulalongkorn U.

    Chulalongkorn University created a robot they named ChibiDragon. It contains advanced hardware including a RCB3 servo controller and 20 servos. This robot participated in the 2010 RoboCup. ChibiDragon is bipedal and can walk to a ball and shoot it, along…

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  • Chongkho I

    Bansomdejchaopraya Rajabhat U.

    Chongkho I is a humanoid robot developed by Team BSRU. It is programmed to perform simple movements, such as walking, kicking, turning, and recognizing a ball. This robot has the skills and features needed for top-level robotics competitions. It is also…

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    Mahanakorn U. of Tech.

    Students at the Mahanakorn University of Technology in Thailand made the CIM MUT robot in 2009. This bipedal walking robot has object recognition and is equipped with cameras and sensors. It competed in the Thailand Humanoid Robot Soccer Championship…

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  • Din Sow Din Sow

    MK Restaurant, CT Asia Robotics Co., Ltd.

    Thailand-based CTAsia Robotics developed a waiter robot called Din Sow. It can greet and bid goodbyes to customers, and can increase the market and sales of waiter robots.

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  • Ka-Nok Ka-Nok

    King Mongkut 's U. of Tech. Thonburi (KMUTT)

    KMUTT created Ka-Nok, a humanoid autonomous striker robot. With its tracking camera, accelerometer, gyros and a light-weight body, this robot can effectively track a football and kick it.

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  • MK Robot MK Robot

    MK Restaurant, Bangkok U.

    A Thai robot waiter, MK Robot takes orders and serves food. It has a face to provide service with a smile, and it remembers customer preferences to reduce service errors.

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    KMUTT Inst. of Field Robotics

    Humanoid robot Namo was created to serve as a friendly guide in public places such as universities. It can speak fluent Thai. Namo can track objects and gestures, which is helpful when it is conversing with a visitor. It is also programmed to perform…

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  • Phoenix Phoenix

    King Mongkut 's U. of Tech. Thonburi (KMUTT)

    KMUTT developed the Phoenix which is a soccer-playing robot. This lightweight humanoid robot has servomotors, sensors, camera and microprocessor which generate its movement.

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