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Robotic

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Darvin Ferrera

on 22 March 2011

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Transcript of Robotic

It is a broad field based on technology And what is technology? The technology is a set of technical, scientific, and build objects that allow machines to adapt the environment and meet the needs of people. We will learn more about robotics! Types of robots: A robot is a mechanical or virtual artificial entity. In practice, this is usually an electromechanical system, programmable, has lots of sensors. These arise for different purposes What is a robot? Robotic On this day we will learn about robotics by:
Darvin Ferrera
Juan Tellado Introduction about robotic: The Various types of robots can be categorized on the basis of:

- Degree of autonomy
- Industry or field where used
- Goal they are designed to fulfill Walking Robots
Robots on legs are usually brought in when the terrain is rocky and difficult to enter with wheels. Robots have a hard time shifting balance and keep them from tumbling. That’s why most robots with have at least 4 of them, usually they have 6 legs or more. Even when they lift one or more legs they still keep their balance. Development of legged robots is often modeled after insects or crawfish. Industrial Robots

These are usually "robot arms" that are fixed in one place. The different joints of a robot arm can all move. A computer sends signals to motors placed in the robot arm that make the different parts move. Stationary robots are used in factories to weld, move, paint or lift parts. Usually the tool on the end of the robot arm can be changed so that it can be used for different tasks. Androids
An android is a robot or synthetic organism designed to look and act like a human. Although "android" is used almost universally to refer to both sexes, and those of no particular sex, "Gynoid" is the feminine form. Until recently, androids have largely remained within the domain of science fiction, frequently seen in film and television. Telerobots

Telerobots are used to conduct tasks in environments that are too hazardous for humans to work in. Typically, humans control these remotely located robots and provide direction to the robot for it to work. The space shuttle arm, military autonomously operated vehicles, explosive ordnance disposal robots, and remote operating assistance robots are some examples of the telerobots used today. Surgeons have conducted operations while they are thousands of miles away from the patient by using telerobot technology in the past decade. Agricultural Robots

Agricultural robots are being used for repetitive farm tasks such as harvesting, plowing fields, and even planting seed. Some experimentation has been done where robots are used to help sheer sheep and conduct other tasks that humans have primarily done. Rolling Robots
Rolling robots have wheels to move around. These are the type of robots that can quickly and easily search move around. However they are only useful in flat areas, rocky terrains give them a hard time. Flat terrains are their territory. Future of robots
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