• Chunichi Shimbun


Fujita Health University in Toyoake, Aichi Prefecture, is partnering with Toyota Motor Corp. to open a Robotic Smart Home — a base for nursing robots at the Toyoake apartment complex — next spring.

As the nation approaches a “superaging” society when the baby boomer generation turns 75 years old and above, the project aims to develop small robots that can be easily installed in small Japanese houses, with the cooperation of residents.

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