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ASIMO powers up. The first working prototype of ASIMO was completed on October 31, 2000, fulfilling a nearly 15-year quest create a humanoid robot. 1986. Honda sets out to lead the robotics revolution. ASIMO started as a dream: What if we created a humanoid robot that moved and walked just like a real person? Launched in 1986, it was the Honda ...
ASIMO (Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility) is a humanoid robot created by Honda in 2000. It is currently displayed in the Miraikan museum in Tokyo, Japan.On July 7, 2018, Honda posted the last update of Asimo through their official page stating that it would be ceasing all development and production of Asimo robots in order to focus on more practical applications using the technology ...

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Read about ASIMO by Honda, the world's most advanced humanoid robot, as well as other robotics technology by ASIMO Innovations.
ASIMO is a bipedal humanoid robot Honda has been developing with a goal to develop robots that will coexist with and be useful to people since its first introduction in 2000. In 2011, the latest version was introduced with world's first autonomous behavior control technology.
Robotics research and development is an essential element of the company’s effort to realize this goal, to create technologies such as ASIMO that provide companionship, improve quality of life, and expand people’s potential. As such, Honda continues its research into humanoid robots.
Asimo, Honda’s adorable, humanoid robot, is no more. The company announced it would cease production of the robot in order to focus on using Asimo’s technology for more practical use cases in ...
The Honda ASIMO robot is adept at walking, runs 5.6 MPH, climbs stairs, and even hops on one leg. It can also recognize moving objects, determine the distance and direction of the objects and interpret voice commands and human gestures. The 4-foot-3-inch robot weighs 119 pounds and has a one-hour battery life.
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