Cyberdyne has launched the latest version of its HAL exoskeleton.
HAL, short for hybrid assistive limb, has been mostly marketed to the health sector.
The new version, HAL Lumbar, is similar to previous versions in that it reads bio-electrical signals of the wearer. Continue reading Cyberdyne launches new version of its exoskeleton
The company which claims to have developed “the world’s first cyborg-type robot” when it built the HAL exoskeleton says it sold 30 per cent more units in its most recent year compared with the previous year.
In its annual report, Cyberdyne says it sold $15 million worth of HAL exoskeletons in the year to March 2017.
In the previous year to March 2016, the company sold just under $12 million worth of the HAL exoskeletons. Continue reading Cyberdyne reports 30 per cent more sales for its cyber-physical HAL exoskeleton
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. Continue reading Tokyo airport employs Cyberdyne cleaning robots