Instead of thinking it in terms of super and real, it's easier to think of them like this:
Tetsujin 28th, Giant Robo = hero bots
Mazinger Z, Getter Robo = superhero bots
Gundam RX 78-2, Scopedog = military bots
And then, you can have superhero and hero bots for the military, like Getter Robo Go and Evangelion.
To clear things out, stuff like hot blooded characters, shouting attacks, autistic pilots, apocalypse setting have zero relation to these terms. Super and real have only ever applied to the robots themselves. Oh and most important of all, realism too has nothing to do with them, at all. Nips equated military with real because military organisations exist, not because the robots were more realistic.
Seriously, it's not that hard to figure out, yet we still have dumfucks on /m/ trying to add additional meanings or change the original meanings of these terms.
>yet we still have dumfucks on /m/ trying to add additional meanings
Like what you have just done?
I remember a thread much like this last year. Only that instead of 300 posts for the worms to appear out of the woodwork it took less than ten for this to arrive at the same conclusion. /m/ doesn't like it when you try to bury one of their dead horses, because it leaves them one less thing to flog. So don't try it.
But assuming that you get this widely accepted, OP. What, exactly, are you going to use it for? What do we call Dai-Guard, then? They don't swoop around saving children and punching bank robbers. Service-provider bot? So Kokubogar would be government-service bot?
Holy shit, why does everyone on this board need to label their mecha? Almost every show/game brings something new to the genre and it's a waste trying to label them. You cannot tell me one word that accurately describes Gundam, Patlabor, and, VOTOMs. They are all vastly diffrent. Likewise you can't tell me one word that accurately describes Getter Robo, Gunbuster, and Heroman. You can say one trys to be more grounded while another os more fantastic, but lumping it all into 3 catergories doesn't work. What about when Gurren Lagann/Gunbuster uses military motifs then switches to all out giant robo kungfu? Or when all the sudden Getter switches from science motifs to shinto imagery? Or how Gundam has had everything from clunky ground-types, to Nobel Gundam, to pic related? It's all just mecha and you describe it on a case by case basis. I seriously think we come up with more labels for transforming toasters that tumblr has labels for transforming genitals.