Japan’s ageing population is now accelerating the development and implementation of human assistant robots. Hence, the aim of this report is to provide with an overview of the Japanese human assistant robotics market, including the analysis of influencing factors and societal trends. In addition, it seeks to portray the market environment as well as possible opportunities and challenges for European companies.
Ms Dana Neumann has recently conducted a research on human assistant robotics in Japan at the EU-Japan Centre for Industrial Cooperation in Tokyo, Japan.
The recording of the past webinar covering this topic is available for online viewers here. (Once you are logged in, look for the link below the "After event information")
Picture: Honda Prototype Robots
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