Kyrgyz Industry Short of Robot Technology

An innovative robot made as a student project merely underlines the general lack of high-tech research into industrial production.

Kyrgyz Industry Short of Robot Technology

An innovative robot made as a student project merely underlines the general lack of high-tech research into industrial production.

Monday, 20 July, 2009
Chingiz Kadyraliev and his student colleague made a robot which responds to commands as a university project for 3,000 US dollars.



But experts interviewed by Ayday Tokonova say Kyrgyzstan is short on scientific research that could generate robot technology with a real practical application, for example replacing human labour for dangerous industrial jobs.





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