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The municipality of Norrköping in central-eastern Sweden is now introducing robots in school to initially explore the use in education and later also in elderly care. As the digitization is speeding up and coding is being introduced in school the municipality is introducing five humanoid robots that will enter the public education. Where the purpose is that the robots will be a compliment and a tool for the teachers in their teaching. The first Nao-robot has just arrived and its height is 58 cm and it weighs 5,6 kg. And it can integrate and perform different tasks within a limited environment and you can also add more abilities by programming. The research of the use of the robots is conducted by the municipality in collaboration with Linköping University in order to find more areas of use. Source: TT.se