Friday, July 23, 2021

What Is robotics

 Definition of Robotics?

What is Robotics
 

 Why Robotics Is Important

You're probably wondering what robotics is and why it's important in today's world. Robotics is the field that deals with the design, manufacture, and operation of robots. It's an industry with a wide range of consumer applications. A robot, in broad terms and without going into too much detail, can be thought of as a computer that can move. We explain why studying industrial robotics is important.

They've been utilized in industry for a long time, but they're now considered a critical component of Industry 4.0 deployment. On the one hand, for the automation of repetitive operations as well as the execution of other difficult, risky, or demanding human duties.

What is the purpose of robotics?

Robots have several advantages, like the ability to operate 24 hours a day, being stronger and more precise than humans, and so becoming the protagonists in many businesses today.

When we think about robots, we think of articulated arms in factories and, if we're over 30, we think of Johnny 5 from the film "Short Circuit." With the passage of time and the advancement of this subject, however, this technology is now used in much more disciplines than you would think. Are you familiar with all of its applications?

Robotics' Applications

Robot vacuum cleaners such as Conga and Roomba are popular in the home.

Medicine: da Vinci-style assisted surgery.

Waymo, a self-driving car company, is one example of transportation.

Military aviation: self-flying planes

Automated logistics centers (Amazon already uses it) or manufacturing with articulated arms are two options for businesses (UR, Kuka).

Software solutions: Some financial organizations, such as BBVA's AI Factory, are already experimenting with artificial intelligence-based contract evaluation systems.

The field of robotics has gone a long way in recent years. One of the advancements has been the increase and gathering of data, which helps programmers to work with more information during the programming process. Another example is the use of sensors and other linked devices to enable more complicated and functioning robots to "know" their surroundings. Artificial intelligence has enabled robots to perform tasks autonomously and improve production processes, so how could it be otherwise?

What role does robotics play in society?

According to the latest OECD study, 21.7 percent of occupations in Spain are at high danger of automation, and the World Economic Forum estimates that the industry will generate 58 million new jobs. More than half of companies are aware that their employees will require training and retraining at least once every 12 months, according to the same report "The Future of Jobs Report."

As a result, even if a company is full with robots, someone will always be in charge of controlling, inspecting, maintaining, programming, and overseeing their behaviors. Furthermore, humans have an improvisational potential that machines lack, thus there will always be a demand for qualified personnel. That is why expertise in robotics is so important.

Finally, and despite the fact that it may sound premature and dystopian, people and machines are doomed to comprehend and operate together, whether we like it or not.

Curated By Gerluxe

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