Friday, January 28, 2022

T-HR3, Toyota Assistant Robot

 T-HR3, Toyota's Most Up-to-Date Robot

Toyota Assistant Robot

Toyota's Assistant Robot the T-HR3 is a third-generation humanoid robot created and built to test new technologies for properly managing physical interactions between robots and their surroundings.

Toyota's broad vision of how sophisticated technologies might help suit each individual's distinct mobility needs is reflected in the T-HR3. This new Toyota robot is a step up from the previous generation of humanoid instrument-playing robots that were designed to test precise joint placement and pre-programmed movements.

The T-HR3 is a third-generation humanoid robot capable of assisting humans in a variety of settings, including at home, in medical settings, on construction sites, in disaster-stricken areas, and even in space. "The members of the assistant robot team are committed to developing pleasant and helpful robots that live alongside humans and support them in their everyday activities utilizing the technology incorporated in the T-HR3," says Toyota's General Manager of the Assistant Robot Division, Akifumi Tamaoki.

The Master Maneuvering System, a new remote maneuvering system that allows the robot's entire body to be operated instinctively with remote controls that transfer the movements of the hands, arms, and feet to the robot, as well as a helmet visor that allows the user to see from the robot's perspective, is one of the great novelties of the Toyota T-HR3. Furthermore, Integrated Self-Interference Prevention Technology ensures that the robot and the user's motions do not collide.

Several electric motors, reduction gears, and torque sensors (torque servo modules) are connected to each joint on the T-HR3 and the Master Maneuvering System, which communicate the operator's movements directly to the T-29 HR3's body parts and the Master Maneuvering System's controls to provide the user with a smooth and synchronized experience.

Another key feature of the T-HR3 is its torque servo modules, which enable the robot's core capabilities: Flexible Joint Control, which allows the robot to control the contact force it exerts on any subject or object in its immediate environment; Whole Body Coordination and Balance Control, which allows the robot to maintain its balance if it collides with any object in its environment; and Real Remote Maneuvers, which allows users to control the robot in an intuitive and seamless manner.

Since the 1980s, Toyota has been creating industrial robots to better its manufacturing processes, and the T-HR3 was unveiled at the International Robot Expo 2017, which took place in Tokyo last November 29 2017


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