ASIMO

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ASIMOAdvanced Step in Innovative Mobility (Honda Humanoid Robot)
ASIMOAdvanced Step in Innovative Mobility
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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.
Honda Malaysia Sdn Bhd has brought in Asimo, an acronym for Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility, which is capable to grip objects and recognise people.
ASIMO, which stands for Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility, opened the day's concert program, which also featured a performance by globally renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
ASIMO, which stands for Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility, is being developed by Honda to assist the elderly and disabled in their homes.
According to Honda, ASIMO, which stands for Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility, is no mere marionette, but features impressive levels of artificial intelligence.
Asimo Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility can shake hands, identify voices, distinguish between sounds and words and respond to simple commands.
Asimo stands for "Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility." It's also a pun on the Japanese for foot (ashi) and the English word "move." The robot's name, according to Hatano, has absolutely nothing to do with Isaac Asimov, the Russian-born science fiction writer.
ASIMO (Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility), therefore, goes beyond merely having feet and knee joints: Joints and centers of gravity are aligned as in human architecture; the movable ranges of joints are defined specifically for a walking gait; g-force and axial sensors constantly provide information to optimize the gait; and an inclinometer and joint-angle sensors detect the unit's posture.
HONDA Asimo, which stands for "Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility," is the third prototype since Honda began robot research in 1986.
In the course of the program, engineers have come very close to directly modeling the human structure, ASIMO (Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility), therefore, goes beyond merely having feet and knee joints: Joints and centers of gravity are aligned as in human architecture; the movable ranges of joints are defined specifically for a walking gait; g-force and axial sensors constantly provide information to optimize the gait; and an inclinometer and joint angle sensors detect the unit's posture.
The new lightweight humanoid robot named ASIMO (for Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility) was demonstrated at Honda's global headquarters in Tokyo last month.
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