MKR-3 is designed to be a hospital robot. Developed by Japan’s Muratec company in collaboration with Keio University and AIST, this humanoid robot is an autonomous delivery cart for use in hospitals to transport medication. It is built with a body and features such as a face and arms, and can communicate through speech and gestures. It also comes with an LED message board on its front and a touchscreen display on its back. MKR-3 is capable of omnidirectional movement and avoiding obstructions and obstacles, and can also dock itself.
Able to move a pushcart or trolley with a weight up to 33 kg
Continuous operation for 1 hour before recharging
Guided by external sensors