The Kawasaki «duAro» robot, designed to ease the workload of workers, could be the answer to Japan's aging agricultural sector, as demonstrated at the International Robot Exhibition 2017, in Tokyo on Wednesday. The collaborative Kawasaki «duAro» robot works alongside humans and by co-operating with them, it can help the farmers pack produce. The human, however, does not need to lift a finger... Еще, they simply using voice recognition to control the dual-arm robot. As explained by the Keiichi Tanaka, the Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. Manager, «In Japan, agricultural business people are getting older and older, so vegetable packing robotics would be able to help the farmers' workload by giving them a system like this.» Tokyo's International Robot Exhibition is held once every two years. It is the world's biggest robot exhibition. This year's theme is 'The Robot Revolution Has Begun — Towards a Heartwarming Society' and begins in Tokyo on Wednesday.