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Robotics

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Scientific Innovations, Moving Machines, Robots, History of Robots, Capabilities of Robots, Uses of Robots, Beneficial use of robots, Verstality of Robots, Robots serves human, Robots will change the …

Scientific Innovations, Moving Machines, Robots, History of Robots, Capabilities of Robots, Uses of Robots, Beneficial use of robots, Verstality of Robots, Robots serves human, Robots will change the world.

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  • 1. Start with the name of Allah, the most merciful & gracious
  • 2. Robotics Presentation By Ijaz Ahmed Rashid Mehmood Hafiz Ali Arsalan Ali Ahmed
  • 3. What is a Robot? A machine capable of carrying out a complex series of actions automatically, especially one programmable by a computer
  • 4. History History is divided into Four stages • Early Beginning  In the 4th century BC, the Greek mathematician postulated a mechanical steam-operated bird he called "The Pigeon". • Remote Controlled System  Remotely operated vehicles were demonstrated in the late 19th Century in the form of several types of remotely controlled torpedoes.  In 1917, Nikola Tesla demonstrated a remote controlled aircraft and in the same year built the first wire-guided rocket.
  • 5. History • Humanoid Robot  In 1928, one of the first humanoid robots was exhibited at the annual exhibition of the Model Engineers Society in London.  The robot could move it's hands and head and could be controlled through remote control or voice control • Autonomous Robot  The first electronic autonomous robots with complex behavior were created by William Grey, in 1948 and 1949.
  • 6. Humanoid Robot • A humanoid robot is a robot with its body shape built to resemble that of the human body. • Ever-1 is a Korean android that is able to move its upper body, speak, and make facial expressions. • It can even make eye contact with the people near it.
  • 7. Autonomous Robot A fully autonomous robot has the ability to • Gain information about the environment . • Work for an extended period without human intervention • Move itself throughout its operating environment without human assistance. • Avoid situations that are harmful to people, property or to itself.
  • 8. Energy Sources  Lead acid batteries make available source of energy to Modern Robots.  lead acid batteries which are safe and have relatively long shelf lives  They much more expensive than normal batteries.
  • 9. Robot Capability • Actuation:  Muscles of Robot are called Actuators which convert stored energy into movement  Advance types of actuators are powered by electricity, chemicals, or compressed air. • Sensing:  Sensors allow robots to receive information about environment, or internal components  Sensing is essential for robots to perform their tasks.  Sensor made Robot act upon any changes and calculate the appropriate response
  • 10. Robot Capability • Touch:  Recent research has developed a tactile sensor array that impersonate the mechanical properties. • Vision:  Robot vision systems rely on image sensors which detect electromagnetic radiation.  The sensors are designed using solid-state physics
  • 11. Robot Types by Use • • • • • • • • Industrial Heath-Care Mining Military Research Space Entertainment Etc
  • 12. Robot in Motion • Modern Robot can move in any medium of surfaces, It can be walking or skating, swimming or flying . • Even in harsh conditions of Arctic to Sahara desert
  • 13. Robot in Motion • Several snake robots have been successfully developed. • These robots can navigate very confined spaces, meaning they may one day be used to search for people trapped in collapsed buildings. • The Japanese ACM-R5 snake robot can even navigate both on land and in water.
  • 14. Artificial Intelligence • Artificial intelligence is technology and a branch of computer science that studies and develops intelligent machines and software. • The study and design of intelligent age • Artificial intelligence has been the subject of tremendous optimism] but has also suffered stunning setbacks
  • 15. Can anyone Guess where these Picture are taken?
  • 16. And the Answers are ….. 1. This is a self-portrait of NASA's Mars rover Curiosity lower on Mars (Feb. 3, 2013) in the left quadrant of the image, shows gray-powder and two holes where Curiosity used its drill on the rock target "John Klein." 2. NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity used its panoramic camera to acquire this view of "Solander Point" during the on June 1, 2013.
  • 17. Thank You Very Much!!!

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