Japan to soon farm by rideable Yakul-like 4-legged robot

Kawasaki Heavy Industries, one of Japan’s three major heavy industrial firms, unveiled its RHP Bex four-legged walking robot for the first time at the 2022 International Robot Exhibition at Tokyo Big Sight.

Resembling the fictional animal ‘Yakul’ from the famous Japanese animation film Princess Mononoke, this robot can carry a load of up to 100kg, and a person can operate while riding on it.

It can move by walking on all four legs or by wheels, so the company expect to use it for transporting materials on construction sites or crops harvested on fields.

Farming with a robot like this sure seems like a lot of fun!

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