Advanced Robotics Technologies and Flexible Automation

Robotics:  Robotics is the application of mechatronics and automation to create robots, which are often used in manufacturing to perform tasks that are dangerous, unpleasant, or repetitive. These robots may be of any shape and size, but all are pre-programmed and interact physically with the world. To create a robot, an engineer typically employs Dynamics and Kinematics, manipulation, power source, sensing, legged locomotion and Interaction. Solid works, AutoCAD, Minitab, and Rockwell Arena Simulation are some of the Soft wares used in Industrial Engineering by engineers to carry out man and machine interaction Robots allow performing the activities that are not able to do by humans and to ensure better quality in production. Many industries employ assembly lines of robots, and some factories are so robotized that they can run by themselves.

Flexible Automation is the capacity for a component or system to be rapidly and basically in trusted to shift item style for each low and high combine producing. Once appropriately utilized, an adaptable Automation cell will evolve alongside your strategy and request, scale back and fix generation costs, improve quality, and allocate with benefits and inquiries of security.

 

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