Tokyo airport employs Cyberdyne cleaning robots

cyberdyne robots tokyo airport

Tokyo International Airport’s International Passenger Terminal is employing a cleaning robot made by Cyberdyne. 

Following its implementation in the Domestic Terminal, the Cleaning Robot will expand its operation into the International Terminal, which is also open 24 hours a day.

This is a joint-project of Cyberdyne and Japan Airport Terminal Company, and with the cooperation of Tokyo International Airport (also known as Haneda Airport).

Verification tests for the Cleaning Robot are being conducted at the International Passenger Terminal for 2 weeks, a time frame which is due to end soon. 

Cyberdyne and Japan Airport Terminal Company signed a basic agreement in July 2015 to introduce next-generation robots in Tokyo International Airport Passenger Terminals, and the Cleaning Robot was introduced and has been operating in the Domestic Passenger Terminal since September 2015.

On this occasion, the decision was made to conduct verification tests for the Cleaning Robot in the International Passenger Terminal, which is open 24 hours a day, heading towards practical implementation.

The verification tests are planned to be conducted within a limited area of the Tokyo International Airport Passenger Terminal, near gate 147 and 148.

Through the Cleaning Robot’s operational implementation in Tokyo International Airport, the Company will project its envisioned concept of next-generation airports utilizing world-leading robot technologies.

With the aim to dispatch and expand to other regional Japanese airports as well as major airline hubs in other countries, the Company will continue to accelerate business development for the Cleaning Robot.

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