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Japan’s Most Closely Guarded Secret in Industrial Robotics
Hiro
Hiro, humanoid robot works side by side with people
By RBR Staff


The goal: combining the intelligence of the human being with the characteristics of industrial robots.

Kawada Industries says the robot was designed for human-collaboration robotics operating in real-life work environments. Hiro’s capabilities for this purpose, says the company, include movement, interaction, communication, image recognition, voice recognition, and voice synthesis.

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