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Honda E series

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The E series was a collection of successive humanoid robots created by the Honda Motor Company between the years of 1986 and 1993.[1] These robots were only experimental, but later evolved into the Honda P series, with Honda eventually amassing the knowledge and experience necessary to create Honda's advanced humanoid robot: ASIMO. The fact that Honda had been developing the robots was kept secret from the public until the announcement of the Honda P2 in 1996.

E0, developed in 1986, was the very first robot. It walked in a straight line on two feet, in a manner resembling human locomotion, taking around 5 seconds to complete a single step. Quickly engineers realised that in order to walk up slopes, the robot would need to travel faster.[2] The model has 6 degrees of freedom: one in each groin, one in each knee and one in each ankle.

Models

  • E0 developed in 1986[2]
  • E1, developed in 1987, was larger than the first and walked at 0.25 km/h.[3] This model and subsequent E-series robots have 12 degrees of freedom: 3 in each groin, 1 in each knee and 2 in each ankle.
  • E2, developed in 1989, could travel at 1.2km/h, through the development of "dynamic movement".[3]
  • E3, developed in 1991, travelled at 3km/h, the average speed of a walking human.[3]
  • E4, developed in 1991, lengthened the knee to achieve speeds of up to 4.7km/h.[4]
  • E5, developed in 1992, was able to walk autonomously, albeit with a very large head.[4]
  • E6, developed in 1993, was able to autonomously balance, walk over obstacles, and even climb stairs.[4]
E0
(1986)
E1
(1987)
E2
(1989)
E3
(1991)
E4
(1991)
E5
(1992)
E6
(1993)
P1
(1993)
Weight 16.5 kg 72 kg 67.7 kg 86 kg 150 kg 150 kg 150 kg 175 kg
Height 101.3 cm 128.8 cm 132 cm 136.3 cm 159.5 cm 170 cm 174.3 cm 191.5 cm
Degrees of freedom 6 12 12 12 12 12 12 30
(12 in legs)
Image
Honda E0 Fan Fun Lab.jpg
Honda E1 Fan Fun Lab.jpg
Honda E2 Fan Fun Lab.jpg
Honda E3 Fan Fun Lab.jpg
Honda E4 Fan Fun Lab.jpg
Honda E5 Fan Fun Lab.jpg
Honda E6 Fan Fun Lab.jpg
Honda P1 Fan Fun Lab.jpg

See also

References

  1. ^ "Twenty years in the making - ASIMO the humanoid robot". newatlas.com. Retrieved 2017-09-15.
  2. ^ a b "History of the Humanoids: E0 (1986)". Honda Motor Co., Ltd. Retrieved 2008-07-01.
  3. ^ a b c "History of the Humanoids: E1-E2-E3 (1987 - 1991)". Honda Motor Co., Ltd. Retrieved 2008-07-01.
  4. ^ a b c "History of the Humanoids: E4-E5-E6 (1991 - 1993)". Honda Motor Co., Ltd. Retrieved 2008-07-01.

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