Exhibition of Humanoid Robot “Kaleido” starts
June 03, 2020
Humanoid Robot “Kaleido” will be exhibited at Kawasaki Robostage from 1st June, 2020.
“Kaleido” is a humanoid robot that has been jointly developed and
researched by Kawasaki Heavy Industries, or Kawasaki, and the University of
Tokyo. It debuted in December of 2017 at “International Robot Exhibition 2017”.
Two years after its debut, at “International Robot Exhibition 2019”, an
upgraded “Kaleido” has been introduced. It
performed walking on a treadmill and removing obstacles to rescue a victim at a
disaster recovery situation.
“Kaleido” has high durability that utilizes
Kawasaki’s technology nurtured from Kawasaki’50-year history in the field of
industrial robots. The robot is about 180cm tall and weighs about 85kg. While
having a similar physique as a human, it is featured by a tough structure that
does not break easily even if it falls. It is developed with the aim of
practical use in disaster relief and nursing care etc.
This display at Kawasaki Robostage will be
the first permanent exhibition since its debut in 2017.
Please take a closer look at the humanoid robot "Kaleido" that you could only see in limited occasions before.
※”Kaleido” will be a
static display. Please understand there is no demonstrations in motion.
※The exhibition contents may be canceled or changed without notice due to unavoidable circumstances.
Kawasaki’s branding website XYZ introduces “Kaleido” in detail. Please visit the following web pages to explore:
Robots’ Future with the New Model of Humanoid Robots”
Be the iPhone of the Robot Industry—With 50 Years of Robot Experience, Kawasaki
Is on the Move”
“What Kawasaki Aims for Beyond the
Development of Humanoid Robot”
“Two Years On from Its Debut, How
Kawasaki’s Robust Humanoid Robot Evolved”
About Kawasaki Robostage
Mon to Fri: 13:00-18:00
Sat, Sun, National Holidays: 10:00-18:00
※Tue : Closed, Open when it falls on a national holiday
□Admission : Free
1F Tradepia Odaiba, 2-3-1 Daiba, Minatoku, Tokyo