Mira los robots diseñados para ayudar en catástrofes naturales (Fotos) | 800Noticias
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Yendry Castro.- Estos son los robots que fueron presentados este martes en Japón que tienen como tareas principales apagar un fuego, abrir una válvula o abrirse camino en medio de escombros.

Todavía son poco hábiles, y serán exhibidos esta semana en Tokio capital de un país muy castigado por las catástrofes naturales.

Japan's telecom giant Softbank's "Pepper" humanoid robots 'rest' before the start of the annual International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo on December 2, 2015. Some 450 companies and organisations are displaying their latest robots with 5,000 people expected to visit during the four-day event. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO / AFP / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO

Estos autómatas están orientados a ayudar en situaciones de catástrofes

 

A humanoid robot HRP-2, produced by Kawada, walks amongst mock debris scattered on the ground during a demonstration of how the robot would maneuver within a disaster area at the annual International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo on December 2, 2015. Government sponsored NEDO demonstrated various kinds of robots designed for working in disaster areas. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO / AFP / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO

A humanoid robot HRP-2, produced by Kawada, walks amongst mock debris scattered on the ground during a demonstration of how the robot would maneuver within a disaster area at the annual International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo on December 2, 2015. Government sponsored NEDO demonstrated various kinds of robots designed for working in disaster areas. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO / AFP / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO

A humanoid robot HRP-2, produced by Kawada, opens a door during a demonstration of how the robot would maneuver within a disaster area at the annual International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo on December 2, 2015. Government sponsored NEDO demonstrated various kinds of robots designed for working in disaster areas. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO / AFP / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO

Humanoid robot Jaxon, produced by Tokyo University, turns a handle of a valve during a demonstration of how the robot would work within a disaster area at the annual International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo on December 2, 2015. Government sponsored NEDO demonstrated various kinds of robots designed for working in disaster areas. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO / AFP / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO

 

Japan's Utsunomiya University demonstrates a robot that picks ripe strawberries during a demonstration at the annual International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo on December 2, 2015. Some 450 companies and organisations displayed their latest robots and 5,000 people were expecting to visit a four-day event. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO / AFP / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO

An employee of Japan's agriculture machinery company Kubota demonstrates grape picking with the company's latest arm assisted suit "Raku Vest" at the annual International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo on December 2, 2015. Some 450 companies and organisations displayed their latest robots and 5,000 people were expecting to visit a four-day event. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO / AFP / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO

An industrial robot made by Mitsubishi Electric plays a traditional Japanese game called kendama, similar to a cup-and-ball game, during a demonstration at the annual International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo on December 2, 2015. Kendama is Japanese traditional game using a wooden toy with three cups and a spike which sticks into a hole in the ball which is connected with a string. Some 450 companies and organisations displayed their latest robots and 5,000 people were expecting to visit a four-day event. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO / AFP / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO

An industrial robot made by Mitsubishi Electric plays a traditional Japanese game called kendama, similar to a cup-and-ball game, during a demonstration at the annual International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo on December 2, 2015. Kendama is Japanese traditional game using a wooden toy with three cups and a spike which sticks into a hole in the ball which is connected with a string. Some 450 companies and organisations displayed their latest robots and 5,000 people were expecting to visit a four-day event. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO / AFP / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO
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A 46cm tall humanoid robot "Premaid AI" dances during a demonstration at the annual International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo on December 2, 2015. Users can download dancing motion data through an Android smartphone. Some 450 companies and organisations displayed their latest robots and 5,000 people were expecting to visit a four-day event. AFP PHOTO / Yoshikazu TSUNO / AFP / YOSHIKAZU TSUNO

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