Toyota and its Toy Train subsidiary have announced plans to build the world’s first robot train, capable of walking on water, to transport people and goods.
The company is expected to announce the design of the robot train on Tuesday at a technology conference in San Francisco.
The project, called the Toyota Toy Train 2.0, is part of Toyota’s drive to build more autonomous vehicles, with the goal of having them on the road by 2025.
The goal is to eventually have 100% of its vehicles autonomous by 2025, with a 50-mile-per-hour (80-kilometer-per hour) range, said Toyota spokesman Carlos Barcelo.
The robots will travel in teams of three or four, traveling in parallel or in tandem with each other.
It will be possible to combine them, allowing the robots to travel together, and they can be equipped with various sensors.
The Toy Train project is part, the Toyota spokesman said, of the company’s strategy to expand into areas like logistics and manufacturing.
The company’s efforts to get robots on the roads will include a test program in China, with more than 200 Toyota robots on display at the National Robotics Museum.
The museum is a museum of the past, where visitors can see robots and other futuristic machines from the past.
The robot trains are part of the show, with Toyota showing off how it can interact with its robots.
“It’s really exciting to be a part of such a great museum,” said one of the robots, a blue robot called “The Blue One,” a prototype of which will be shown.
It is capable of swimming and can use sensors to detect objects, and has the ability to be programmed to do anything the user tells it to do.
It can also detect objects from a distance and respond accordingly.
“In the future, we want to use the technology to do things that humans can’t do.
We can go out to the ocean and see the blue water and see what’s going on.
That’s really going to give us an opportunity to go further into deep space,” said Robonautics professor Paul Fonseca, a Toyota researcher who is the lead engineer for the Toy Train robot.
The project is also a joint venture between Toyota and Carnegie Mellon University, and the Toy Car company is also working on a similar project, the car-driven robot.
The Toy Train prototype is expected in 2020, the spokesman said.
The initial trial will involve a two-person team of robots and a two person team of humans, the spokesperson said.
“We want to show that the robot can be used as a transportable platform for humans,” the spokesman added.
The first trials will be carried out in the United States, and other countries will follow.
The Toyota spokesman added that the team has been working on the robot project for two years, with help from Carnegie Mellon.
The team was able to achieve the design work, he said.
The first robot to be tested on the open road will be the Blue One.
It has been in development since 2015, but was first shown off at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show.
“The first prototype was only a prototype, but the Blue one is a real machine,” FonSeca said.
This model will be used for the first trial of the Blue train.
The Blue one was able, for example, to navigate the ocean in order to find its way to its destination.
“That’s really important for people who are in the ocean, because it’s the most difficult environment,” Fenci said.
It also is able to do that underwater.
“There’s a lot of challenges in water, and it’s a challenge for robots.
It’s the perfect platform for these robots,” he added.
The Blue one will be powered by two lithium-ion batteries, and will have a range of about 100 miles (160 kilometers).
The robot will also be able to travel in a straight line, the first robot able to walk in this way.
This was a key factor in making it more environmentally friendly, the Toy Co. spokesman said: the electric motors on the Blue and Silver trains are far more efficient than the electric motor on a car.
The Japanese automaker said the project will cost $100 million, with its first phase being a test in 2019 and 2020, and then a commercial production of the first model.
It plans to start selling the vehicles in 2021.
The second phase will involve the production of 100,000 cars a year, with an additional 30,000 vehicles on the way in 2022.