Robotics

Traditionally, mechanical engineers created machines with many working parts powered by some sort of energy, whether that be steam or electricity. Mechanical Engineers also play a part in the design and production of robots. This important field involves a blend of many different engineering skills, including electrical and software engineering, as they design robots with the ability to automate themselves. Learn more about this fascinating and ever-growing field.

Practical Use of Robots in the Engineering Industry

From the inspiration of the miraculous robot origins of the 1960s to the far-fetched imagination portrayed in movies, we see how robots have digressed from their silver screen persona to create an impact in our day-to-day lives in a practical sense.

How a Robot’s Voice Recognition System Works

Ever wondered how a robot is able to perform tasks after taking commands from the user? It is the Robot’s Voice Recognition system that identifies the words and performs the desired action. Want to know how? Read the article inside.

How Does a Robot Views an Image?

Have you ever wondered how a robot visualizes an object and then performs an action related to it? What is it in a robot that allows it to see and identify various objects? Don’t know the answers? Know all of them in the article inside.

What is the Future of Robotics?

This article explains the future of robotics, including their usage in home, factories, hospitals and biomimetics. Presently it appears more like fiction, but in the next few decades all this will become fact.

What Are the Components of Industrial Robots?

Robots consist of a variety of high tech components which are designed for accuracy, speed and convenience of operation. Some are for general purpose usage, while some are custom made to handle specific parts. The main components are the main body, end effectors, and grippers.

Industrial Applications of Robots

Robots are being extensively utilized in the automotive industry, and in the near future, their application, because of the quality and accuracy produced, will spread to many more industries,

Types of Robots – SCARA Robots & PUMA Robots

Articulated Robots are no doubt the best robots for assembly and packaging applications. SCARA and PUMA are the most widely used articulated robots in industries for assembly and packaging and in academia for research and analysis. Read more about these variants of articulated robots SCARA and PUMA.