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Panasonic Introduced Its Tomato-picking Robot

Published: Dec 11,2015

At the International Robot Exhibition 2015, Panasonic introduced numerous robotics solutions that contribute to a wide range of industries, including the tomato-picking robot which currently being developed, the communication robot, "HOSPI-Rimo(R)," and the parallel link robot which can be "directly taught" skills by master mechanics drew much attention.

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With newly developed sensors and image processing technology, Panasonic is developing harvest robots that can accurately assess color, shape, and location. This robot can even pick fruits such as tomatoes that were thought difficult to harvest with machinery without leaving a single scratch.

And by connecting to the network, it can automatically move around the ridges and transport the tomatoes to baskets or even change baskets, so it can autonomously undertake every step of the harvesting process.

Panasonic is also developing the communication robot, "HOSPI-Rimo(R)" which is drawing attention as a potential guide robot at train stations, airports, showrooms, etc. Like the HOSPI, it can autonomously get to the destination, and it can also distinguish individuals with facial recognition and communicate interactively using the high definition display.

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