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Emiew

EMIEW is a robot developed by Hitachi. Another version has also been made called EMIEW 2.[1] EMIEW stands for Excellent Mobility and Interactive Existence as Workmate.[2] Two EMIEWs have been made, called Pal and Chum. Hitachi stated that Pal and Chum, have a vocabulary of about 100 words, and Pal exhibited these skills by telling reporters: "I want to be able to walk about in places like Shinjuku and Shibuya in the future without bumping into people and cars".[2] Both EMIEWs have a top speed of 6 km/h (matching Honda's ASIMO) and can avoid obstacles.[3]

Contents

  • Specifications 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Specifications

Model EMIEW EMIEW 2
Year launched 2005 2007
Mass 70 kg 13 kg [4]
Height 130 cm 80 cm
Maximum speed 6 km/hour 6 km/hour
Acceleration 4 m/s2 4 m/s2
Degrees of Freedom 14 [3]
(arm: 6 × 2, hand: 1 × 2)
25[5]

See also

References

  1. ^ Launch of Hitachi’s EMIEW 2 Robot Goes a Bit Awry
  2. ^ a b Hitachi unveils 'fastest robot'
  3. ^ a b Hitachi Develops a Robot that has the Capabilities for Daily Life
  4. ^ EMIEW 2
  5. ^ Hitachi humanoid rolls over floor junk, looks cute

External links

  • EMIEW official website
  • EMIEW 2 official website
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