Robotics - unveiling a new era
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a first step to learn about robotics and robots..just enjoy,................. :)

a first step to learn about robotics and robots..just enjoy,................. :)

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  • 1. Presented by : Md. Abdul Muktadir Khan
  • 2.  Origin robotics > robot > robota (forced labor) Robotics and Robots  Isaac Asimov (1941) Karel Capek (1920)  Technology –deals with A man-made machine the design, construction that copies the actions of creature and operation of robots
  • 3. Why Robotics  Speed.  It can work in hazardous/dangerous environment.  To perform repetitive task.  Efficiency  Accuracy  Adaptability
  • 4.  Laws of Robotics 1: A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm; 2: A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law; 3: A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law; The Zeroth Law: A robot may not harm humanity, or, by inaction, allow humanity to come to harm.”
  • 5.  Requirements for Robotics  Curiosity  Knowledge in softwares Microcontroller C-programming MATLAB Design and image processing etc  Implementation of proper knowledge  Fund
  • 6.  TYPES OF ROBOTS  Wheeled  Legged  Climbing  Flying
  • 7.  Components of Robots  Structure  Power source  Actuation  Sensing  Manipulation  Locomotion  Artificial intelligence
  • 8.  Systems of Robots
  • 9.  Tasks of a Robot: Tasks which are:  Dangerous  Space exploration  chemical spill cleanup  disarming bombs  disaster cleanup  Boring and repetitive  Welding car frames  part pick and place  manufacturing parts.  High precision or high speed  Electronics testing  Surgery  precision machining
  • 10.  Future Prospects of Robotics  2015-2020 - Every South Korean and many European households will have a robot. (The Ministry of Information and Communication (South Korea), 2007)  2018 - Robots will routinely carry out surgery. (South Korea government 2007)  2022 - Intelligent robots that sense their environment, make decisions, and learn are used in 30% of households and organizations (TechCast)  2030 - Robots capable of performing at human level at most manual jobs (Marshall Brain)  2034 - Robots (home automation systems) performing most household tasks. (Helen Greiner, Chairman of iRobot)  2050 - Robot "brains" based on computers that execute 100 trillion instructions per second will start rivaling human intelligence.  2015 - One third of US fighting strength will be composed of robots. (US Department of Defense, 2006)  2035 - First completely autonomous robot soldiers in operation. (US Department of Defense, 2006) Developments related to robotics from the Japan NISTEP 2030 report :  2014-2015 — Agricultural robots (AgRobots).  2014-2017 — Robots that care for the elderly  2017 — Medical robots performing low-invasive surgery  2017-2019 — Household robots with full use.  2019-2021 — Nanorobots
  • 11. Any question ???????????