The hottest Japanese pavilion robot makes life bet

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Japan Pavilion: robots make life better

humanoid robots that can walk upright

Hal full body version, which debuted at the Shanghai WorldExpo

cleaning robot

humanoid robots that walk upright, cleaning robots, handling robots, and growing robots that learn the host language are not just concepts, but Japanese robots that have been marketed

high efficiency is the only practical method to ensure the quality of inspection. A five-day robot exhibition was held on the stage of the Japan Pavilion of the Shanghai WorldExpo from May 19 to 23. The exhibition was hosted by NEDO, a Japanese new energy industry technology comprehensive development agency. Many robots from saibodayin, Toshiba, Fuji, Panasonic and other companies participated in the exhibition, which comprehensively displayed the current situation of research and development of practical robots in Japan and announced to the world that the era of coexistence between man and machine has come

Japan has the world's leading robot technology. The theme of this exhibition is that robots make life more colorful. The main exhibitions are practical robots. Among them, the robot Hal full-length version was unveiled to the public for the first time

hal is an artificial control intelligent robot produced by cybertronics. As long as it is worn on the body, it can improve the function of the human body and assist human limbs. For example, it can help the elderly and the disabled with inconvenient legs and feet to enhance their walking ability, and can do actions such as going up and down stairs

when people want to exercise, the brain transmits nerve signals to muscles through motor nerve cells, and muscles and bones will respond. The principle of Hal is to read the biological potential signal of human body through the sensor pasted on the surface of human skin, and then control the motor to send out the action consistent with the muscle action of the wearer. In this way, Hal can help the wearer act independently according to their own wishes

Hal is an embodiment of technology integration, which combines an intelligent random control system that can read biological potential signals and act according to its will with an intelligent self-discipline control system that can make various human actions

it is reported that wearing Hal, holding dozens of kilograms of goods can be as easy as holding a few kilograms of goods. Therefore, Hal has a wide range of applications. It can not only help the elderly and the disabled to act independently in the fields of welfare and nursing, but also expand to heavy manual labor in factories and disaster relief

since its research and development in 1992, the lower limb Hal has been put into use since November 2008. At present, it is used in some countries in Japan and Northern Europe, mainly in the form of rent for hospitals, nursing homes and other welfare institutions. However, the full-body Hal was unveiled to the public for the first time at this WorldExpo, and its price has not been made public. According to the staff, the price of only one set of mold is equivalent to a Mercedes Benz car

it is also learned that in order to expand its business, the plant being expanded by Cyberdyne will be officially put into operation in October this year. At that time, it will have an annual production capacity of 500 units and realize the practicality of full-body Hal

in this exhibition, there is also a humanoid robot HRP-2 with a height of 154cm and a weight of 58 kg. Humanoid robot is the highest form of labor-based robot that does all kinds of work for human beings. HRP-2 can not only walk, but also lie on your back, wake up, work with humans to carry objects, push heavy objects, cross obstacles, pack tables and chairs, dance, etc

apropoco, a growth robot developed by Toshiba, is cute in shape, just like a family pet. It can talk with the host, learn the host's language, and operate other robots and household appliances at home through the learned language

Fuji Heavy Industries' building cleaning robot can operate the elevator in the office building by itself, move and clean on multiple floors, and return to the starting position after cleaning. The robot is usually limited to cleaning at night and other non working hours, which improves the operation efficiency. At the same time, it also saves energy because it does not need lighting and air conditioning. It is reported that manual cleaning of 1 square meter of carpet per month is about 100 yen, while robots can be controlled within 50 yen. As of October, 2009, the robot has been introduced into nearly 20 high-rise buildings in Japan. The cleaning robot also won the robot award of 2006 in Japan

it is reported that the annual robot award is a commendation activity jointly established by the Ministry of economy, industry and industry of Japan and the Japan Machinery Industry Federation since 2006, which aims to promote the innovation of robot technology at the same time, expand application fields and arouse public demand. The organizer expects to promote the further development of Japan's robot industry through this activity and make robots enter people's lives

the evaluation criteria of this award mainly include three items: social necessity and market demand, user's evaluation of practicality, convenience and maintenance cost, and evaluation of technical progressiveness such as safety, novelty and manufacturability. In the review, sometimes three items are comprehensively evaluated, and sometimes a particularly excellent one is selected

the 2007 grand prize was awarded to a high-speed handling robot that can track visually. The robot can instantly and accurately grasp a large number of items transported at high speed on the conveyor belt. The invention of the robot replaces the previous manual or special machinery handling operations, and can work continuously for 24 hours with low cost and high quality

in 2008, omnibot 17: i-Sobot won the grand prize. The robot is only 16.5cm tall and weighs only 350g, but it can complete more than 200 actions because it is equipped with 17 ultra small servo motors independently developed by Japan, which can also be processed into round or rectangular standard sample machines. In 2008, the robot was recognized as the world's smallest mass-produced humanoid robot by Guinness World Records

according to the introduction, in order to promote to ordinary families, the robot has achieved high safety and durability. It uses No. 7 nickel metal hydride battery with high safety. It can work for more than 1 hour on a charge. Among the mass-produced biped walking robots, it consumes the least energy in the world. At present, the price of the robot is 29800 yen before tax. The low price and simple memory methods: talc square, fluor phosphor length, quartz Topaz Diamond make it successfully practical

NEDO, which hosted this exhibition, is the largest core research and development institution promoting industrial technology, energy and environmental technology in Japan. Through cooperation with enterprises, universities and research institutes, it promotes the research and development of Japanese science and technology and strengthens Japan's industrial competitiveness

NEDO has been committed to developing robot technology since the 1980s, and has been guiding the development of robots in Japan. Now, the organization takes the development of practical robots, the development of robot support base plate technology and ensuring safety as the key points to promote the development of the next generation of robots

at the same time, in order to promote the practicality of robots in the fields of nursing, welfare, housekeeping, safety and so on, since 2009, NEDO has launched the practical project of supporting living robots

nedo staff introduction: in the age of young children and aging, the biggest issue in the practicality of the highly anticipated support service robot is safety. For this, we are going to spend five years to verify and benchmark, and take obtaining international standards as our goal

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