Robotics The use of robotics has been around for many years now. Robots are used in many different industries including agriculture, construction, manufacturing, mining, forestry, transportation, military, healthcare, and even entertainment. In this video we discuss what exactly robotics are and how they can be applied in our everyday lives.
Industrial Robot An industrial robot (or simply robot) is a mechanical device that moves material from one place to another and performs repetitive tasks inside a factory. Robots were first built at the end of 19th century but these days they are built with microchips that make them smarter. While robots are widely used throughout the industry, some companies like GM and Toyota have decided to invest heavily in the technology.
Service Robot A service robot is basically a mobile robot designed specifically for performing services. These robots may not always look like typical industrial robots. They perform various tasks, making homes, offices, hospitals, and public facilities more accessible. Services robots operate under people’s direction, typically in a fixed environment like a home, hospital, or retail store.
Humanoids are robots that look like humans. They can move around, they have arms and legs, and they can even talk! There are many different types of humanoid robots. Some are designed to help people who cannot walk, while others are designed to work alongside humans. In this video we take a look at some of the best humanoids out there.
Uses of humanoid Robots.
Robots Robots are machines that can perform tasks automatically without human intervention. They are used in many fields including manufacturing, military, space exploration, agriculture, mining, construction, transportation, healthcare, household, etc.
Humanoids A humanoid robot is a type of robot designed after a human being. These types of robots have two arms, two legs, and a head similar to humans. They can move around using their own limbs, and they can even talk.
Uses There are many different ways that robots are used today. Some common uses include industrial use (such as automobile assembly lines), domestic use (such as vacuum cleaners), military use (for surveillance purposes), medical use (for surgery assistance), entertainment (such as movie characters), etc.
Mobile Robot Navigation.
Obstacle Avoidance Obstacles are everywhere, whether they’re natural or man-made. In order to navigate around them, robots need to sense their environment and make decisions about how to move through it. This requires that the robot have sensors that can detect its surroundings and then use those observations to determine what actions should be taken.
Path Planning Path planning is the process of determining the best route to take from point A to point B. Robots often do this using a technique called “A* search.” An A star search algorithm works by starting at a known location and working outwards until it finds a goal. Along the way, it keeps track of the cost (or distance) to each node it visits. When it gets to the goal, it stops and marks the path.
Localization Localization is the process of finding your current position relative to other objects in your environment. Once you know where you are, you can plan your next steps based on that information.
Mobile Sensor Networks.
Mobile Sensor Networks (MSN) are wireless networks that consist of mobile devices, sensors, actuators, and other network nodes that can communicate with each other over short distances. MSNs have been used in many applications including environmental monitoring, military surveillance, healthcare, transportation, logistics, and agriculture.
Wireless Sensor Networking (WSN) is a sub-field of computer networking that focuses on small, inexpensive, low power, and low data rate sensing systems. WSNs use sensors to detect events or changes in their environment and send this information to a central processing unit where it is analyzed. This allows for continuous monitoring of physical conditions without requiring human intervention.
Advantages of using WSNs include: a. Low cost b. Low maintenance c. Reliability
Knowledge Sharing among Robots.
Sensors are used to gather information about the environment around them. They use this information to make decisions. This allows robots to learn from each other.
Robots can share knowledge using their actuators. Actuators allow robots to interact with their environment. They can move, pick things up, push things away, etc. This allows robots to teach each other how to do tasks.
Robots can share knowledge by programming. Programming allows robots to communicate with each other. It helps them understand what they should do based on the situation they find themselves in.
Robots can share knowledge via their controllers. Controllers help robots control their motors. They tell the robot where to go and how fast to move. Controllers also tell robots if something is wrong. If a robot gets stuck, its controller will let the others know.
Robots can share knowledge with humans. Humans can program robots and give them instructions. Humans can also teach robots how to perform certain tasks.
Robots can share knowledge without humans. Robots can learn from each other without human intervention.
Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) is defined as the study of human behavior towards robots. HRI is a rapidly developing field that has been gaining popularity over the past few years due to the increasing use of robotics in our daily lives. This field focuses on how humans interact with robots and how this affects their perception of these machines.
Robotics can be defined as the science of making intelligent machines. Robots are mechanical devices that perform tasks automatically without requiring direct supervision. They have been used in many different industries including military, space exploration, healthcare, and household applications.
Humans have always had a strong relationship with robots. In fact, they were once considered to be extensions of ourselves. However, the relationship between humans and robots has changed drastically over time. Today, we often view them as tools rather than companions.
There are two types of robots: physical robots and virtual robots. Physical robots include any machine that exists in the real world while virtual robots exist only inside computers. Virtual robots are usually programmed using software, whereas physical robots require some form of hardware.
There are three major categories of robots: industrial robots, service robots, and domestic robots. Industrial robots are designed to work in harsh environments where safety is not a concern. Service robots are designed to assist people in everyday activities. Domestic robots are designed to help care for children and elderly individuals at home.
A robot’s appearance is what first determines its personality. Some robots look like toys, while others resemble animals. Many robots today have humanoid appearances. These robots are known as anthropomorphic robots. Anthropomorphic robots are designed to mimic human characteristics.
Biological Inspires Robot Control.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) Artificial intelligence has been around since the 1950s but only recently have we seen AI become a viable option for robotics. In the past, robots were controlled through mechanical systems that relied on gears, levers, and other moving parts. These mechanisms are slow and require a lot of energy to operate. However, modern technology has allowed us to create robots that can think like humans. This type of AI is called cognitive computing and allows for faster processing speeds and less power consumption.
Deep Learning Deep learning is a subset of machine learning that involves creating neural networks that mimic human thinking. Neural networks are capable of using data to learn without being explicitly programmed. They do this by breaking down information into multiple layers, similar to how our brains work.
Machine Vision Machine vision uses digital cameras and image recognition software to recognize images. It provides a way to identify objects based on color, shape, size, texture, and pattern. There are many different applications for machine vision including security, safety, and industrial automation.
Hybrid and Distributes control robot.
Robot A robot is a mechanical device that can perform tasks automatically. Robots are used in many industries including automotive, construction, manufacturing, transportation, healthcare, military, agriculture, mining, forestry, marine, aerospace, robotics, consumer products, entertainment, education, service, logistics, security, sports, and other fields.
Automation Automation is the use of technology to control machines and processes without human intervention. This may include computer-based automation, remote control, or machine control.
Hybrid A hybrid system is a combination of two or more different technologies, systems, or methods. A hybrid system has advantages over each individual technology, system, or method; therefore, it is often used to solve complex problems.