Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' MHI-MEISTeR has two arms which can have various tools attached (Photo: Big Globe)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' MHI-MEISTeR will take samples from the walls and floors of contaminated areas (Photo: Big Globe)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' MHI-MEISTeR can hold a pipe while it cuts it with a tool (Photo: 47 news)
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries' MHI-MEISTeR moves on four tank treads, allowing it to overcome obstacles and stairs
Over the past few weeks, Japan has unveiled robotic exoskeletons and quadrupeds designed to work in radioactive areas, and today Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) has revealed its own inspection and maintenance robot. The MHI-MEISTeR (Maintenance Equipment Integrated System of Telecontrol Robot) has two arms which can be equipped with various tools to remove obstacles and collect samples in areas where people cannot go.
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