KAIST’s AIM lab has been working on its own set of humanoid robots aside from HUBO and the HanSaRam robots developed by other KAIST labs.
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The first iteration in KAIST’s Korean Humanoid Robot was the KHR-1, developed between 2000 and 2002.
Drexel Autonomous Systems Lab has got their version of KAIST’s HUBO-2 robot up and walking.
KAIST has developed rehabilitation robots for use in hospitals, which have been donated to National Rehab in South Korea.
Jaemi HUBO, developed at KAIST, is the heart of a 5-year international research project beginning in 2009, worth a total of $5 million dollars, with aims to make the USA and Korea the global leaders in humanoid robotics.