- Oct 14, 2021
Honda is set to introduce new robotics concepts at CES 2018, pursuant to the success of CES 2017, advancing both in terms of adorableness and making our lives easier, at the technology show in Las Vegas, USA. The company has envisioned assistance to people from these bots, at the workplace, for recreational purposes, empathetic companionship and natural disaster relief. This ushers in new allusions to robots in general, because the 3E-A18 embodies human-like qualities, including a variety of facial expressions aimed at developing social and interpersonal relationships.
In a gripping trailer, four robots have been lined up for the show, the other three being the 3E-B18, a chair-like locomotive for casual use in both indoor and outdoor spaces, the 3E-C18, a small-sized electric mobility concept with multi-functional cargo space, and the 3E-D18, an autonomous off-road vehicle concept to support people in a vast range of work-related activities. All the bots have enhanced versatility, owing to Al equipment, the technology also responsible for making any type of robot, cute, as first seen in the Tokyo Motor Show.
Honda has been mute regarding extensive details but the release of the brief trailer evinces the idiosyncrasies of the new robots. The power of dreams, as the company’s tagline reads, has been well manifested in their perception of Artificial Intelligence, as the CES 2018 will soon reveal.