Japanese robotic engineering firm Wood has been awarded the first-of-its-kind commercial contract to install the world’s first-generation solar power system on a prototype robot and then install solar panels atop the robot.
The Wood robot, which was built at a factory in the Japanese city of Nagoya, uses a combination of electricity and solar panels to power its movements and move around, using a laser to measure and analyze the sun’s rays.
The robot has two solar panels mounted on its chest, one mounted on each arm and another on the bottom of its chest.
The first panel is the topmost, and the second is on the lower right.
The panels are also designed to be mounted on the robot’s head, allowing the robot to move freely in space.
The SolarCity-led Wood project is part of the Japanese government’s new effort to provide 100 gigawatts of clean energy by 2020.
The Japanese government hopes that this solar power can be put to use in the country’s future cities and towns.
The company is working on a robotic system to build solar panels that can be installed on top of the robots arm, allowing them to move around and operate autonomously.
Wood says it hopes to build robots with more complex and powerful hardware.
Wood’s robot has a built-in battery that provides up to 2,000 hours of continuous operation for $1,500 per month.
The solar panels can also be installed in the robot using a system called SolarEdge.
The company says the SolarEdge system is capable of producing solar energy of up to 10 megawatts.
The solar panels are the only element of the Wood robot that is self-contained, meaning it can be operated independently of other robotic components.
The robots solar panels and battery are built in Japan, which has a long history of building robots that can operate independently.