SlideShare ist ein Scribd-Unternehmen logo
1 von 11
Downloaden Sie, um offline zu lesen
The word “Robot” comes from the word “Robota”
meaning, in Czech, forced labour,drudgery.
History
 1st law:
A robot may not injure a human being or through
inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
 2nd law:
A robot must obey orders given it by human beings
except where such orders would conflicts with the First
Law
 3rd law:
A robot must protect its own existence as long as
such protection does not conflict with the First or Second
Law.
Three Laws of Robotics
 Robot - Mechanical device that performs
human tasks, either automatically or by remote
control.
 Robotics - Study and application of robot
technology.
 Telerobotics - Robot that is operated remotely.
Robotics Terminology
 Machine Loading and Unloading
 Material Handling
 Processing
 Assembly & Inspection
 Search & Rescue
 Surveillance
Key Applications
 Walking Robot
 Entertainment Robot
 Armed Robot
 Wheeled Robot
 Tracked
 Contest Robot
Types of Robots
 Physical Design
 Design software
 Tools and Equipment
 Electronic Components
 Mechanical Components
 Building materials
 Basic Programming
Robot Design
Important Robot Components
 Actuation Devices
 Motors
 Stepper Motors
 Shape Memory Alloys
 Air muscle
 Linear Electromagnetic
 Piezoelectric Actuators
 Pneumatics/Hydraulics
 Miniature internal
combustion engines
 Power Sources
 Grippers
 Audio
 Video
 Sensors that a robot uses generally fall into three
different categories:
 Environment Sensors
 Thermal Sensors
 Pressure Sensors
 Ranging Sensors
 Touch Sensors
 Feedback Sensors
 Communication Sensors
Sensors
 Microcontrollers
 Remote Control
 Personal Computer
 Single Board Computer
 Networks
Interface
Thank You!!!

Weitere ähnliche Inhalte

Ähnlich wie 2otics-PPT.pptx (20)

otics-PPT.pptx
otics-PPT.pptxotics-PPT.pptx
otics-PPT.pptx
 
Myppt
MypptMyppt
Myppt
 
Robotics
RoboticsRobotics
Robotics
 
Introduction to Robotics.pptx
Introduction to Robotics.pptxIntroduction to Robotics.pptx
Introduction to Robotics.pptx
 
Robots2
Robots2Robots2
Robots2
 
Introductionto robotics a
Introductionto robotics aIntroductionto robotics a
Introductionto robotics a
 
Robotics
RoboticsRobotics
Robotics
 
About Robotics
About RoboticsAbout Robotics
About Robotics
 
Roboticsin army
Roboticsin armyRoboticsin army
Roboticsin army
 
Robotics
RoboticsRobotics
Robotics
 
Robotics
RoboticsRobotics
Robotics
 
Robtew-PPT.pptx
Robtew-PPT.pptxRobtew-PPT.pptx
Robtew-PPT.pptx
 
Robpt-PPT.pptx
Robpt-PPT.pptxRobpt-PPT.pptx
Robpt-PPT.pptx
 
Robotics
RoboticsRobotics
Robotics
 
Robotics slide
Robotics slideRobotics slide
Robotics slide
 
Assignment of ict robotics
Assignment of ict roboticsAssignment of ict robotics
Assignment of ict robotics
 
Roboty move
Roboty moveRoboty move
Roboty move
 
Robotics
Robotics Robotics
Robotics
 
Gianmarco Veruggio. Roboethics on Skolkovo Robotics
Gianmarco Veruggio. Roboethics on Skolkovo RoboticsGianmarco Veruggio. Roboethics on Skolkovo Robotics
Gianmarco Veruggio. Roboethics on Skolkovo Robotics
 
Introduction to robotics a(r)
Introduction to robotics a(r)Introduction to robotics a(r)
Introduction to robotics a(r)
 

2otics-PPT.pptx

  • 1.
  • 2. The word “Robot” comes from the word “Robota” meaning, in Czech, forced labour,drudgery. History
  • 3.  1st law: A robot may not injure a human being or through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.  2nd law: A robot must obey orders given it by human beings except where such orders would conflicts with the First Law  3rd law: A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law. Three Laws of Robotics
  • 4.  Robot - Mechanical device that performs human tasks, either automatically or by remote control.  Robotics - Study and application of robot technology.  Telerobotics - Robot that is operated remotely. Robotics Terminology
  • 5.  Machine Loading and Unloading  Material Handling  Processing  Assembly & Inspection  Search & Rescue  Surveillance Key Applications
  • 6.  Walking Robot  Entertainment Robot  Armed Robot  Wheeled Robot  Tracked  Contest Robot Types of Robots
  • 7.  Physical Design  Design software  Tools and Equipment  Electronic Components  Mechanical Components  Building materials  Basic Programming Robot Design
  • 8. Important Robot Components  Actuation Devices  Motors  Stepper Motors  Shape Memory Alloys  Air muscle  Linear Electromagnetic  Piezoelectric Actuators  Pneumatics/Hydraulics  Miniature internal combustion engines  Power Sources  Grippers  Audio  Video
  • 9.  Sensors that a robot uses generally fall into three different categories:  Environment Sensors  Thermal Sensors  Pressure Sensors  Ranging Sensors  Touch Sensors  Feedback Sensors  Communication Sensors Sensors
  • 10.  Microcontrollers  Remote Control  Personal Computer  Single Board Computer  Networks Interface