Watch this giant Japanese robot fix railways (and pray it doesn’t turn on us)

The West Japan Rail Company (JR West) has unveiled a new futuristic worker that’s tasked with infrastructure positions deemed too dangerous for humans. And people? It is a large robot humanoid that appears to be like a cross in between WALL-E and a Transformer.

Sign us the hell up.

Initial noticed by News Atlas, the robotic has a a substantial human-like torso and terrifying, mechanical claw-palms. It’s mounted on a hydraulic crane, which rides close to the rail system on a specifically produced car or truck.

Humanoid robot JR West