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  1. 1. A SEMINAR ON ROBOTICST PRESENTED BY: Mustahid Ali
  2. 2. CONTENTS • • • • • • • PHASE I Company Profile Statistics Hierarchy Clients Products International Presence Various department in the company • • • • • • • • • PHASE II Robotics Why Robotics ? Types of robots Laws of robotics Components of robots Advantages Future prospects Conclusion Queries
  3. 3. COMPANY PROFILE • Established in 1962 by Eminent Physics and Electronics scholar Mr. Y.P. Agarwal. • The company is renowned manufacturer of digital instruments, electronic instruments, science experimental training boards, computer logic training boards, dynamic demonstration kits. 3
  4. 4. Continued … • Omega electronics follows international standards and procedures and is an ISO 9001:2000 company. • 46 years of experience
  5. 5. • Annual revenue INR 2,000,000. • No. of employees = 80. • 12500 customers in India and abroad.
  6. 6. FOUNDER Mr. Y. P. Agarwal HEAD OFFICE Mr. G. P. Agarwal FACTORY Mr. Rupendra Agarwal MARKETING DIVISION Mr. Lokendra Agarwal
  7. 7. CLIENTS • • • • • • • All Engineering Colleges Technical Institutions. Training Organization Science and Polytechnic Colleges. Research and Development Labs. Telephone and Police Department Various Industries.
  8. 8. PRODUCTS • Advanced Satellite Communication Trainer • RADAR Trainer Equipment • VLSI Trainer Equipment • Microprocessor/Microcontroller Trainers • LAN Trainer Equipment • CRO Trainer Equipment • Antenna Trainer Equipment • Microwave Trainer Equipment • Various Robotic Kits • Fiber Optic Lab Trainer Equipment • Bread Board Training Equipments • Communication Training Equipment
  9. 9. INTERNATIONAL PRESENCE
  10. 10. Different Departments in the company • • • • Mechanical Department Production Department Testing Department Research & Development
  11. 11. “EDUCARE” The Industrial Training Program at Omega
  12. 12. SIGNIFICANCE • Exposure to Practical learning environment. • Emphasis on Production, Processes, Policies & Layouts. • Understanding of Responsibilities, Discipline, Deadlines, Time & Stress Management. • Introduction of Sales, Marketing, Purchase, Tender etc. • Training at Omega is gaining popularity in North India.
  13. 13. Phase II: ROBOTIC S
  14. 14. WHAT IS ROBOTICS • THE WORD ROBOTICS IS USED TO COLLECTIVILY DEFINE A FIELD IN ENGINEERING THAT COVERS THE MIMICKING OF VARIOUS HUMAN CHARACTERISTICS • SOUND CONCEPTS IN MANY ENGINEERING DISCIPLINES IS NEEDED FOR WORKING IN THIS FIELD • IT FIND ITS USES IN ALL ASPECTS OF OUR LIFE
  15. 15. What a Robot can mean? • An automatic industrial machine replacing the human in hazardous work. • An automatic mobile sweeper machine at a modern home. • An automatic toy car for a child to play with. • A machine removing mines in a war field all by itself and many more…
  16. 16. ROBOTICS • It is a field of Engineering that covers the mimicking of human behavior. • Robotics includes the knowledge of Mechanical, Electronics, Electrical & Computer Science Engineering.
  17. 17. Laws of Robotics The term robotics was coined in the 1940s by science fiction writer Isaac Asimov. Asimov's Laws of Robotics: • A robot may not injure a human being, or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. • A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings except where such order would conflict with the First Law. • A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.
  18. 18. WHY ROBOTICS ? • Speed. • It can work hazardous/dangerous environment. • To perform repetitive task. • Efficiency • Accuracy • Adaptability
  19. 19. Types of Robot • • • • Wheeled Legged Climbing Flying
  20. 20. Components of ROBOTS o Structure o Power source o Actuation o Sensing o Manipulation o Locomotion
  21. 21. Structure • The structure of a robot is usually mostly mechanical and can be called a kinematic chain. • The chain is formed of links (its bones), actuators (its muscles), and joints which can allow one or more degrees of freedom.
  22. 22. Power Supply • Suitable power supply is needed to run the motors and associated circuitry • Typical power requirement ranges from 3V to 24V DC • 220V AC supply must be modified to suit the needs of our machine • Batteries can also be used to run robots • Robots are driven by different motors :o DC Motors o Stepper Motors o Servo Motors
  23. 23. • DC Motors o As the name suggests, a motor which uses a DC (Direct Current) power o Can run in both directions o Speed Controllable
  24. 24. • Stepper Motors Used for measured rotation o Can be held at a particular position of the shaft o Ideal for many autonomous robots requiring higher precision o
  25. 25. • Servo Motors : o o Used in closed loop control systems in which work is the control variable. An integral feedback device (resolver) or devices (encoder and tachometer) are either incorporated within the servo motor or are remotely mounted, often on the load itself
  26. 26. ACTUATION • Actuators are the "muscles" of a robot, the parts which convert stored energy into movement. • The most popular actuators are electric motors.
  27. 27. MANIPULATION • Robots which must work in the real world require some way to manipulate objects; pick up, modify, destroy, or otherwise have an effect. • Thus the 'hands' of a robot are often referred to as end effectors, while the arm is referred to as a manipulator. • Some manipulators are: o Mechanical Grippers o Vacuum Grippers o General purpose effectors
  28. 28. LOCOMOTION • It is concerned with the motion of the robot. • Robot contains different types of drives:o Differential drive o Car type o Skid steer drive o Synchronous drive o Pivot drive o Articulated drive
  29. 29. DIFFERENTIAL DRIVE DRIVE WHEELS NON DRIVEN WHEEL DRIVE WHEELS DRIVE WHEELS NON DRIVEN WHEEL NON DRIVEN WHEEL DRIVE WHEELS NON DRIVEN WHEEL 30
  30. 30. ACKERMAN DRIVE STEERING WHEELS DRIVE WHEELS STEERING WHEELS DRIVE WHEELS
  31. 31. SKID STEER DRIVE DRIVRN FORWARD DRIVEN REVERSE
  32. 32. SYNCHRONOUS DRIVE
  33. 33. PIVOT DRIVE ROTATING PLATFORM DRIVE SHAFT LOWERED PLATFORM
  34. 34. Articulated Drive Linear Actuator Pivot
  35. 35. ADVANTAGES • Revolution in Medical science and Health care systems. • New & wide scope in Education & Training. • A good help in Nuclear industry. • Used tremendously in Sports activities. • Play the role of an efficient assistance in Research and Development sciences. • Can very well handle household business.
  36. 36. FUTURE PROSPECTS • Scientists say that it is possible that a robot brain will exist by 2019 . • Vernor Vinge has suggested that a moment may come when computers and robots are smarter than humans. • In 2009, some robots acquired various forms of semi-autonomy, including being able to find power sources on their own. • The Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence has researched on this problem.
  37. 37. CONCLUSION
  38. 38. Thank you

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