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ASIMOAdvanced Step in Innovative Mobility (Honda Humanoid Robot)
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From the HondaJet, the world's most advanced light jet, the Acura NSX supercar and a prototype RC213V-S street bike based on the MotoGP championship winning racing machine, to ASIMO, the world's most advanced humanoid robot, and the UNI-CUB personal mobility device, Honda will help illustrate the Congress theme "Leading Mobility Innovation" at SAE 2015.
Earlier this year, the newest version of ASIMO completed a successful North American debut in New York with three major appearances; first entertaining more than three million viewers on "LIVE with Kelly and Michael," then impressing some of the country's top tech and robotics media at an invitation-only demonstration event and then wrapping up its visit by stealing the spotlight at the New York International Auto Show.
ASIMO, an acronym for Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility, was thought of and well created by Japanese engineers has only been improving greatly ever since it was born, 14 years back.
ASIMO introduced in November 2011 was equipped with the world's first(2) autonomous behavior control technology, which enabled ASIMO to make decisions required to behave in concert with the movements of surrounding people and to continue moving without being controlled by an operator.
ASIMO was created with the sole purpose of duplicating complexities of human motion and genuinely helping people.
An earlier generation of the amazing ASIMO robot that can now run, walk, transport goods on a trolley and shake hands among other attributes, was demonstrated in SA for the first time at Auto Africa in 2006.
What is incredible about ASIMO is it can make a judgment based on what it has learnt.
The latest version of ASIMO made its UK debut in the region in 2008 and returns for the third time to inspire the North-east's next generation of engineers.
Left, ASIMO is the most advanced humanoid robot in the world
ADVANCED: ASIMO, produced by Honda, is one of the most advanced humanoid robots in the world HYBRID: Honda''s recently launched Insight Hybrid car uses a combination of a petrol engine and a battery CLEAR: The Honda FCX Clarity is powered by hydrogen and emits nothing but pure H2O
com to give visitors a 360 degree view of the technology behind its ASIMO humanoid robot at http://asimo.
s ASIMO humanoid robot walking on two feet will serve tea.