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Tokyo Robotics Co., Ltd. Tokyo Robotics begins providing remote-controlled robot solutions

[Tokyo Robotics Co., Ltd.] Tokyo Robotics begins providing
remote-controlled robot solutions
*Tokyo Robotics Co., Ltd.*
Press release: July 2, 2024
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Tokyo Robotics begins providing remote-controlled robot solutions *Customize robots and remote control devices according to customer requests* *
Tokyo Robotics Co., Ltd. (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo, CEO: Yoshihiro Sakamoto), which pursues cutting-edge robot technology, will begin providing remote-controlled robot solutions that utilize the dual-arm robot and mobile manipulator technologies it has cultivated over the years. We customize robots and remote control devices according to customer requests and propose the optimal system. *
Puppet type remote control device as a basic solution technology To date, our company has developed multiple types of remote control devices either jointly or independently with NTT Communications and Waseda University.

(Link to video below)
・ Force transmission type remote control device (with mechanical gloves)
・Wearable remote control device (with head-mounted display)

・ Puppet type remote control device

・ Browser-based semi-autonomous remote control device

Using these technologies, remote-controlled robot systems can be used in the following applications, for example:

・Dangerous work
・Working at heights
・Remote area operation
・High-load work such as transporting heavy objects
・Clean room work
・Frozen warehouse work
・Embodied AI (learning data collection)

In addition, when combined with autonomous control, it is possible to operate multiple robots simultaneously.

– Example of autonomously scanning the inside of the rack from opening the door and moving.

Examples of solutions might include tasks such as: The following is just a hypothesis, and through discussions with the customer, we will propose a system that can be put to practical use in terms of performance, cost, and operation.
outdoor remote work
At remote plants and power generation facilities, outdoor robots are operated remotely to check meters and turn switches on and off. Electric wire maintenance work
We envision a system that remotely performs maintenance on
high-voltage power lines, etc. using two arms. We will also consider transporting it by drone or mounting it on a crane.

If you are interested, please feel free to contact us below. contact@robotics.tokyo
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