Explain in brief about the robots, Electrical Engineering

Explain In brief about the Robots

- Robot is programmed with a series of instructions that enable it to carry out a series of tasks

- On the other hand, an operator manually carries out a series of tasks that are relayed back to robot; these instructions are remembered so that robot can carry out tasks automatically.

Robots depend on sensors and processors. Sensors gather information so that robot knows it is alright to do the task (e.g. a car in position to be sprayed, is there an obstruction to prevent robot doing its task, if robot is spraying a car has the supply of paint run out etc.). They are capable of doing some pseudo-intelligent tasks (for example different sized cars to be painted) though fundamentally any non-standard routine is better dealt with by human beings.



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