Honda Robotics Inspires at USA Science Festival
Honda Robotics showed what the Power of Dreams can to do more than 300,000 students last month.
Honda was part of the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington D.C. April 6-8 for the first time, showing what is possible when people use knowledge to turn ideas and dreams into reality.
Honda’s humanoid robot ASIMO and the personal mobility device UNI-CUB were the centerpiece of Honda Robotics demonstrations at the USA Science and Engineering Festival. The demonstrations gave students a chance to see Honda Robotics technologies, witnessing the importance of STEM (science, technology, engineering,and mathematics) education in creating these technologies. NASA astronaut Dr. Jessica Meir also made an appearance at one of the demonstrations and encouraged children to embrace STEM subjects.
The USA Science and Engineering Festival is the largest annual STEM-based event in the United States.