As I move, it moves: Toyota's humanoid robot will rock in action mode

The world could be a very different place in the upcoming years, one in which remotely controlled robots carry out tasks that are too dangerous for human workers. The future is getting closer every day, and it’s starting to look like James Cameron’s Avatar (okay, without the 10-foot blue aliens). Toyota has revealed that it has successfully linked an off-site human with its T-HR31 humanoid robot thanks to 5G wireless technology from Japanese telecom NTT Docomo. What’s especially amazing about this is that the human controlling the robot was 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) away.Read Full Story

As I move, it moves: Toyota's humanoid robot will rock in action mode

Good things happen when Toyota cozies up to the next generation 5G technology. The news is not about self-driving cars but rather another "tomorrow" topic, in the name of robotics. Toyota has ...

Sun 2 Dec 18 from TechXplore

Toyota reveals it can wirelessly control its life-sized humanoid robot from 6 MILES away using 5G

Eventually, Toyota is hoping to create a robotic system that can work alongside humans in the home and other settings, such as healthcare institutions.

Fri 30 Nov 18 from Daily Mail

Toyota taps Docomo 5G to remotely control its humanoid robot

Toyota introduced T-HR3 to the world right around this time last year. The humanoid robot is capable of mimicking to the motions of a plugged-in human, a la Pacific Rim and countless other sci-fi ...

Fri 30 Nov 18 from TechCrunch

Toyota untethers its T-HR3 humanoid robot thanks to 5G

Toyota just brought your dreams of an Avatar-like proxy one step closer to reality. Teaming with NTT Docomo, it remotely controlled its T-HR3 humanoid robot over a 5G network from a ...

Fri 30 Nov 18 from Engadget

Watch man and robot merge Avatar-style thanks to 5G

The world could be a very different place in the upcoming years, one in which remotely controlled robots carry out tasks that are too dangerous for human workers. The future is getting closer ...

Fri 30 Nov 18 from Fastcompany Tech

Toyota's new humanoid robot can be controlled remotely via 5G

T-HR5 is operated using a full-body controller that mirrors the movements of a human.

Thu 29 Nov 18 from Techradar

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