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    16 months ago

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    Honda’s latest robot is an autonomous work vehicle (AWV) designed to handle all the boring, repetitive tasks at airports.

    Some of the tasks handled by the AWV include: driving around the perimeter fence of an airport looking for security breaches; hauling and transporting cargo around the tarmac; and towing baggage carts.

    But in the future, Honda says it can be easily repurposed for cargo hauling, mowing and groundskeeping, or debris removal.

    Honda uses equipment and technology from a host of other companies, including wireless tech from Cisco and Genwave, operating systems from Illuminex AI, and cloud-based software from Eagle Aerospace’s AIROps.

    Over the years, Asimo played soccer with President Barack Obama, won over Kelly Ripa, had a dancing group, and had some clumsy moments like this terrible fall while trying to walk up a flight of stairs.

    The company has said it sees the future of robotics as rooted in human interaction, which explains why it’s focused on a variety of use cases.


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    16 months ago

    This is the best summary I could come up with:


    Honda’s latest robot is an autonomous work vehicle (AWV) designed to handle all the boring, repetitive tasks at airports.

    Some of the tasks handled by the AWV include: driving around the perimeter fence of an airport looking for security breaches; hauling and transporting cargo around the tarmac; and towing baggage carts.

    But in the future, Honda says it can be easily repurposed for cargo hauling, mowing and groundskeeping, or debris removal.

    Honda uses equipment and technology from a host of other companies, including wireless tech from Cisco and Genwave, operating systems from Illuminex AI, and cloud-based software from Eagle Aerospace’s AIROps.

    Over the years, Asimo played soccer with President Barack Obama, won over Kelly Ripa, had a dancing group, and had some clumsy moments like this terrible fall while trying to walk up a flight of stairs.

    The company has said it sees the future of robotics as rooted in human interaction, which explains why it’s focused on a variety of use cases.


    The original article contains 363 words, the summary contains 159 words. Saved 56%. I’m a bot and I’m open source!