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Are Adaptive Robots The Next Big Thing?

by Aarushi Sharma Human Resource Executive

For more than 60 years, industrial robots have been used to automate all types of production lines. Traditional industrial robots are designed to control the position quickly and accurately. For tasks like moving an object, cutting a circle, robots are more efficient than humans in terms of accuracy and speed.

During the course of the last few years, robotics engineering has developed many unseen apps. However, it’s still easy for individuals to imagine more than a robot can. It is desirable that robots are smarter, more versatile and safer to shorten the cognition divide.

Robots And Its Existing Limitations

Once recognized only for the manufacturing company, robots are now a component of many workplaces. For this marvel of artificial intelligence, the future is even brighter. However, there are three major limitations that robots have.

Limited Achievable Tasks

Robots can only finish a limited set of functions in which it requires only a controlled position and a predefined path. Although there are still countless tasks that are too challenging for a robot to accomplish.

Deployment

Typically, it requires robotic application engineers to program the sequence and trajectory of their desired movement in a specific language to connect robots to the line of products they are working on.

Safety

Automation can open doors to dangers. It has been found that just placing robots on a factory floor cannot eliminate potential dangers and hazards. It is important to place them under expert supervision so that their movements do not pose a threat to human beings on the floor of the factory. A good practice might be to install protective walls or harnesses that prevent mishaps from happening.

What Defines an Adaptive Robot?

A robot of the next generation must evolve beyond the concept of collaborative to tackle problems at its origin. Without compromise, it should inherent safety and performance. There are increasing demands to automate such tasks due to labor shortages and harmful working environments.

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About Aarushi Sharma Senior     Human Resource Executive

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Joined APSense since, June 6th, 2019, From New Delhi, India.

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