Yamaha's MOTOBOT humanoid autonomous riding

MOTOBOT is an autonomous motorcycle-riding humanoid robot that approaches riding operations from a human riders standpoint. The end goal of MOTOBOT is to become capable of competing against Valentino Rossi’s lap times around a racetrack.

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Yamaha's MOTOBOT humanoid autonomous riding

MOTOBOT is an autonomous motorcycle-riding humanoid robot that approaches riding operations from a human riders standpoint — with no modifications made to the motorcycle itself. The end goal of MOTOBOT is to become capable of competing against Valentino Rossi’s lap times around a racetrack.


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