The humanoid machine runs on an hour and a half battery. The humanoid machine runs on an hour and a half battery. Japanese company Honda showed a prototype of a humanoid robot-rescuer, which was announced in 2015, but has only become functional now, according to a publication in the IEEE Spectrum. The Honda E2-DR relies on the Intel Core i7 processor to process the data coming from different sensors. The head and limbs of the smart machine, similar in shape, are equipped with cameras and multiple sensors.