Toyota: New Medical Robot

Toyota: New Medical Robot

Toyota : Japan | Nov 04, 2011 at 5:40 PM PDT
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Toyota Motor revealed a leading manufacturer of automobile manufacturing in Japan robots developed to provide health care and nursing services, including persons with disabilities to raise their family and help patients to walk.

According to the BBC and Japan's NHK television said that Toyota reviewed the information in front of the robots developed by using mobile technology, and is able to provide nursing services and health care.

It pointed out that Toyota worked with Fujita Health University, Aichi Province, on the development of robots for four years.

It pointed out that robot is designed to lift disabled patients from their beds, while the other helps people learn to walk and balance again.

One of officials at Toyota said that these robots can be useful to be sure what final of the safety and determine a reasonable price to them.

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