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  • What is Nanorobotics? Programmable assembly of nm-scale components either by manipulation with macro or micro devices, or by directed self-assembly.Design and fabrication of robots with overall dimensions at or below the mm range and made of nm-scale components.Programming and coordination of large numbers (swarms) of such nanorobots.
  • (MEMS also written as micro-electro-mechanical, MicroElectroMechanical or microelectronic and microelectromechanical systems)
  • An accelerometer is a device that measures proper acceleration, also called the four-acceleration. For example, an accelerometer on a rocket accelerating through space will measure the rate of change of the velocity of the rocket relative to any inertial frame of reference.
  • A geophone is a device which converts ground movement (displacement) into voltage, which may be recorded at a recording station
  • This wonderfully detailed image shows Robert Freitas-designed so-called "respirocytes" and red blood cells flowing through a blood vessel: a small artery. In the foreground at left, we see a closeup of the respirocyte surface including the sensor apertures and the individual rotating disks -containing active binding sites- comprising each of the thousands of sorting rotors. At lower right, we see another nearby respirocyte with its pumping station geometry and polar barcodes clearly visible.
  • The graph shows cure of cancer by using the nano from the year 2003-2009 still it is going on.
  • Grey goo (alternatively spelled gray goo) is a hypothetical end-of-the-world scenario involving molecular nanotechnology in which out-of-control self-replicating robots consume all matter on Earth while building more of themselves,a scenario known as ecophagy ("eating the environment").Remember:Only you can prevent gray goo Never release nanobot assemblers with out replication limiting code
  • Nanorobot at work replacing human nerve cells with artificial nerve cells. This CG animation visualizes one of the possible future applications and uses of nanotechnology.
  • The picture shows the future of the nano technology

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  • NANOTECHNOLOGY AND MEMSINROBOTICSFROMPRESENTED BY
  • What is Nanotechnology?Nanotechnology is the engineering of functional systems at themolecular scale. This covers both current work and concepts thatare more advanced.In its original sense, nanotechnology refersto the projected ability to construct items from the bottomup, using techniques and tools being developed today to makecomplete, high performance products.
  • Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)It is the technology of very small mechanical devices driven byelectricity; it merges at the nano-scale intonanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS) and nanotechnology.MEMS are also referred to as micromachines (in Japan), ormicro systems technology – MST (in Europe).What is mems ?
  • AccelerometersGeophonesSensors-Digital compassOscillatorsMicrophonesApplicationsofMEMS IN ROBOTICS
  • Possible usesSelf balancing robotsAuto pilotCollision detectionHuman motion monitoringWhat is accelerometer?ACCELEROMETERS
  • ApplicationsSeismic sensingMachinery vibrationPressure gradient sensingWhat is a geophoneGEOPHONES
  • SENSORS AND OSCILLATORSDigital compassOscillatorsMaterial used – Quartz Frequency of operation (UHF)Advantages
  • MICROPHONESHow does the MEMS microphone work?
  • NANO TECHNOLOGYINROBOTICSIN INDUSTRIAL ROBOTSIN MEDICAL ROBOTSSELF REPLICATINGNANOBOTSNANOTECH AND HUMAN BRAIN
  • Respirocytes Flowing Through a Blood Vessel
  • IN INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS•ROBOTS TO HANDLE NANOSCALECOMPONENTS•CONTACTS IN NANOSCALE•SMALL EQUIPMENT WITH LARGE PRECISION
  • IN MEDICAL ROBOTSANGIOPLASTYEXAMINATION OF INTERIOR OFBODYHUNTING BOTS IN FUTURE
  • DNA Visualization
  • SELF REPLICATINGNANOBOTSVARIOUS GOOsASSEMBLERBLUE GOOGRAY GOOGREEN GOOKHAKI GOOWHAT IS A GOO?
  • NANOTECH AND HUMAN BRAINTHE FUTURE
  • Nanobots Replacing Neurons (Nerve Cells)
  • TimelineScenario:RoboticsDevelopments related to robotics from the NISTEP 2030report:2013-2014 — agricultural robots2013-2017— robots that care for the elderly2017— medicle robots performing low-invasive surgery2017-2019 — household robotsUnknown — Nanorobot US Department of Defenseplans:2015— to have one third of its fighting capacityprovided by robots2035 — to have first completely autonomous robotsoldiers on the battlefield
  • WITH NANOTECHNOLOGY OUR TECHNOLOGYREACHESMOLECULAR LEVELROBOTICS AND NANOTECHNOLOGYCOME TOGETHERSTILL IN LOW OR MEDIUM LEVELAPPLICATIONSCONCLUSION
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