Robotics is the study of robots. Robots are machines that can be used to do jobs. Some robots can do work by themselves. Other robots must always have a person telling them what to do.
We use robots in many different ways. Robotic arms on spacecraft can move large objects in space. Robotic spacecraft can visit other worlds. Robotic aeroplanes can fly without a pilot aboard. Our company is studying new types of robots. These will work with people and help them.
Robotics is the industry related to engineering, construction and operation of robots – a broad and diverse field related to many commercial industries and consumer uses. The field of robotics generally involves looking at how any physical constructed technology system can perform a task or play a role in any interface or new technology.
The field of robotics has greatly advanced with several new general technological achievements. One is the rise of big data, which offers more opportunity to build programming capability into robotic systems. Another is the use of new kinds of sensors and connected devices to monitor environmental aspects like temperature, air pressure, light, motion and more. All of this serves robotics and the generation of more complex and sophisticated robots for many uses, including manufacturing, health and safety, and human assistance.
The field of robotics also intersects with issues around artificial intelligence. Since robots are physically discrete units, they are perceived to have their own intelligence, albeit one limited by their programming and capabilities. This idea has generated new debates over traditional science-fiction theories, such as Asimov's three laws of robotics, which address the interaction of humans with robots in some mechanized future.
Following programs can be chosen for robotics and automation
· Programming Languages for robotics.
· Electronics CAD
· PCB Prototyping and fabrication
· Fusion 360
· Study on research Projects.
· Advanced Robotic Projects for industrial and commercial use.