Potential Robotic Window Cleaners

A robot can’t climb a wall...or can it? The Yume Robo trio displayed their skills at climbing scaffolding at the Shanghai Expo. They have been climbing up and down a 15 meter wall every 20 minutes for the last 184 days.

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The robots were created in Osaka by 15 small and midsized companies. They are about 1.4 meters tall and weigh 30 kg. They climb quite slow and cannot work without a safety rope. Practical applications for the robots could include being window cleaners for skyscapers.

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