Toyota Develops Personal 'Winglet.'

September 2008
Assembly;Sep2008, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p16
The article reports that Toyota Motor Corp. has developed a personal transport assistance robot ridden in a standing position dubbed as Winglet. The robot is still under development and will be on sale in 2010. It has three types including a hands-free version that allows the rider to move by shifting body weight.


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