India has a core of a very successful robotics private industry, while still in its early phases, amid a growing market with new firms stepping in. India must concentrate on developing this industry in order to meet both domestic and export needs.
Robotics is an interdisciplinary research area at the interface of computer science and engineering. Robotics involves design, construction, operation, and use of robots. The goal of robotics is to design intelligent machines that can help and assist humans in their day-to-day lives and keep everyone safe.
As technology catches up with science fiction and fantasy, here's an updated dictionary of real-world robot-related terminology so you can keep up. Read more:
In the world of medicine, new technologies are always being introduced to help diagnose and treat patients. Recent innovations in surgical robotics have helped surgeons improve outcomes by decreasing blood loss, controlling bleeding, and decreasing rates of infection.
Because it focuses on essential 21st-century skills like logical thinking, creativity, computational thinking, critical thinking, problem-solving skills, and so on, coding has emerged as a tool that is on its way to becoming incorporated with education.
Mr Hari Lakshman R B from Amrita – Coimbatore campus elaborates about the field of robotics and the applications of robots in industrial sectors. He also explains about related technologies like AI, ML, Sensors, Arduino etc.
Robotics is one of the most advanced fields in technology today. That owes to the fact that it incorporates a spectrum of other technologies like Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence etc. Read more:
Dr. Vasudev K. L talks about Robotics right from the start and explains the key components and roles related to this evolving field. He also elaborates about the basic laws governing the sector and future prospects in the field.