IROBOTICS
PRESENTED BY :
M.KRISHNA KANTH REDDY,
E.E.E.,III-II,
10HM1A0213,
ANNAMACHARYA INST. OF TECH. AND
SCIENCES, KADAP...
OVER VIEW INTRODUCTION
 HISTORY OF ROBOTS
 BASICS
 MOBILE ROBOTS
 SNAKE BOTS
 ROBONAUTS
 EXO SKELETONS
 ROBOT SURG...
INTRODUCTION
 The term robot comes from the Czech word ‘robota’.
 A typical robot contains :
●
Movable physical structur...
HISTORY OF ROBOTS
BASICS
 Robots spin wheels and pivot jointed segments with an actuator
 The circuit powers electrical motors and solenoi...
MOBILE ROBOTS
 Mobile robots stand in for people in a number of ways.
 Some explore other planets or inhospitable areas ...
SNAKE BOTS
 Snake bots will give scientists an unprecedented look at the Martian
landscape.
 They can slither into the c...
ROBONAUTS Robonauts will be able to spend a limitless amount of time in space
maintaining the space station.
 Robonaut's...
EXO SKELETONS Basically, an exoskeleton is a wearable machine
that gives human enhanced abilities.
 Exoskeletons will gi...
EXO SKELETONS
ROBOT SURGERY These aren't true autonomous robots that can perform surgical tasks on
their own, but they are lending a me...
ROBOTIC SURGERY
FUTURE OF ROBOTICS & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
 Today's AI machines can replicate some specific elements of
intellectual ab...
FUTURE OF ROBOTICS & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
 In the future the robots will be able to think independently like
humans wi...
CONCLUSION
 Robots have common place today in developed
nations, & are used widely in many domestic as
well as industrial...
THANK YOU
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  1. 1. IROBOTICS PRESENTED BY : M.KRISHNA KANTH REDDY, E.E.E.,III-II, 10HM1A0213, ANNAMACHARYA INST. OF TECH. AND SCIENCES, KADAPA.
  2. 2. OVER VIEW INTRODUCTION  HISTORY OF ROBOTS  BASICS  MOBILE ROBOTS  SNAKE BOTS  ROBONAUTS  EXO SKELETONS  ROBOT SURGERY  FUTURE OF ROBOTICS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE  CONCLUSION
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION  The term robot comes from the Czech word ‘robota’.  A typical robot contains : ● Movable physical structure ● A motor ● A sensory system ● A power supply ● A computer brain
  4. 4. HISTORY OF ROBOTS
  5. 5. BASICS  Robots spin wheels and pivot jointed segments with an actuator  The circuit powers electrical motors and solenoids directly, and it activates the hydraulic system by manipulating electrical valves  Most robots are reprogrammable  An LED on one side of the wheel shines a beam of light through the slots to a light sensor on the other side of the wheel  The light sensor reads the pattern of the flashing light and transmits the data to the computer  The computer can tell exactly how far the joint has swiveled based on this pattern  These are the basic nuts and bolts of robotics
  6. 6. MOBILE ROBOTS  Mobile robots stand in for people in a number of ways.  Some explore other planets or inhospitable areas on Earth, collecting geological samples.  The police sometimes use mobile robots to search for a bomb, or even to apprehend a suspect.  Many mobile robots have a built-in balance system (a collection of gyroscopes)
  7. 7. SNAKE BOTS  Snake bots will give scientists an unprecedented look at the Martian landscape.  They can slither into the cracks of the planet's surface.  A snakebot could navigate over rough, steep terrain where a wheeled robotic rover would likely get stuck or topple.  A third-generation model of a snakebot being developed for Mars exploration.
  8. 8. ROBONAUTS Robonauts will be able to spend a limitless amount of time in space maintaining the space station.  Robonaut's hands might have better dexterity than a human handed inside of a space suit .  Robonaut’s replaces the astronauts very successfully.  In 1997, the Pathfinder rover provided scientists with unprecedented detail of the Martian atmosphere and surface.
  9. 9. EXO SKELETONS Basically, an exoskeleton is a wearable machine that gives human enhanced abilities.  Exoskeletons will give soldiers the ability to move faster while carrying more weight.  U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is investing $50 million to develop an exoskeleton suit for ground troops.
  10. 10. EXO SKELETONS
  11. 11. ROBOT SURGERY These aren't true autonomous robots that can perform surgical tasks on their own, but they are lending a mechanical helping hand to surgeons.  Remote control and voice activation are the methods by which these surgical robots are controlled  So far, these machines have been used to position an endoscope, perform gallbladder surgery and correct gastroesophogeal reflux and heartburn.
  12. 12. ROBOTIC SURGERY
  13. 13. FUTURE OF ROBOTICS & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE  Today's AI machines can replicate some specific elements of intellectual ability.  Learning robots recognize if a certain action (moving its legs in a certain way, for instance) achieved a desired result (navigating an obstacle).  The robot stores this information and attempts the successful action the next time it encounters the same situation.
  14. 14. FUTURE OF ROBOTICS & ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE  In the future the robots will be able to think independently like humans with the help of artificial intelligence.  Presently the Honda ASIMO robots can make movements faster and also can interact.
  15. 15. CONCLUSION  Robots have common place today in developed nations, & are used widely in many domestic as well as industrial purposes.  May be by 2035 both humans & robots can walk together on the earth.
  16. 16. THANK YOU

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