The Hitachi EMIEW2 Distingue Human Voices

Le Hitachi EMIEW2 Distingue Les Voix HumainesThe latest robot Hitachi, EMIEW2 is intelligent enough to differentiate between three human voices simultaneously through 14 microphones embedded in his head that provide voice recognition capabilities. To this end, the voice recognition is a separate audio source and recognition profile noise. The first focuses on the direction of the person speaking, allowing the EMIEW2 to know who he speaks with a distance of 2 meters, ignoring all other noises. The EMIEW2 is 80cm high and it is suitable for the job of receptionist:). It moves through a wheel after each leg, and he can climb stairs.

The Hitachi EMIEW2 Distingue Human Voices

Le Hitachi EMIEW2 Distingue Les Voix Humaines

The latest robot Hitachi, EMIEW2 is intelligent enough to differentiate between three human voices simultaneously through 14 microphones embedded in his head that provide voice recognition capabilities. To this end, the voice recognition is a separate audio source and recognition profile noise. The first focuses on the direction of the person speaking, allowing the EMIEW2 to know who he speaks with a distance of 2 meters, ignoring all other noises. The EMIEW2 is 80cm high and it is suitable for the job of receptionist:). It moves through a wheel after each leg, and he can climb stairs.

Hitachi has presented today the new model of the robot

http://techluver.com/wp-content/uploads/2007/11/hitachi_humanoid_robot_emiew_2.jpgThe Japanese electronics company Hitachi has presented today the new model of the robot designed to help office workers in their tasks. Petit humanoid red and white measuring 80 centimeters (31.5 inches) long, 2 Emiew moves through rollers beneath his legs. It is intended to replace his predecessor Emiew released in 2005. From a weight of 13 kg (15 kg for Emiew), Emiew 2 is composed of 27 degrees of freedom (joints). It can travel on an autonomous basis at a speed of 6 km / h (a human pressed moves at that speed). The robot is also equipped with a gyrosenseur allowing it to keep in balance. It also has a laser radar enabling it to map its environment. It can also avoid obstacles on the size of human him block the road. Finally, Emiew 2 is able to understand human language. During the demonstration someone asked where a person was sitting. Continue reading

A robot assistant office designed by Hitachi

CliquezThe group diversified Japanese electronics Hitachi introduced Wednesday a new robot designed to assist employees in offices and to replace the hostesses to make a green tea to visitors, through its faculties of communication and travel.Called “Emiew 2”, this humanoid robot red wheels, 80 inches tall, is the descendant of Emiew, a first version designed by Hitachi in 2005. “Emiew 2”, which includes 27 degrees of freedom (joints), is lighter than its predecessor (13 kg instead of 15 kg).
The robot assistance, designed to “cohabit with humans, is able to move independently at a speed of 6 km / h, even a human pressed. He can communicate by voice recognition and knows how to move within a company through a radar to bypass obstacles, and a map of places he could establish himself.
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A new office assistant robot designed by Hitachi

http://evolutions.typepad.com/theroborama/images/robot13.jpgThe group diversified Japanese electronics Hitachi introduced Wednesday a new robot designed to assist employees in offices and to replace the hostesses to make a green tea to visitors, through its faculties of communication and travel.
Called “Emiew 2”, this humanoid robot red wheels, 80 inches tall, is the descendant of Emiew, a first version designed by Hitachi in 2005.
“Emiew 2”, which includes 27 degrees of freedom (joints), is lighter than its predecessor (13 kg instead of 15 kg).
The robot assistance, designed to “cohabit with humans, is able to move independently at a speed of 6 km / h, even a human pressed. He can communicate by voice recognition and knows how to move within a company through a radar to bypass obstacles, and a map of places he could establish himself. “We will continue research and testing to ensure that in future robots can perform tasks in businesses, as visitors guide or carry out surveillance round,” said Hitachi. Continue reading