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Aug 22, 2018

Real-Time Reactive Control Layer Design Intelligent Silver-Mate Robot onRTAI

Real-Time Reactive Control Layer Design for Intelligent Silver-Mate Robot on RTAI
: Intelligent robots are capable of handling complex tasks that includes recognition of vocal commands, logical inference, autonomous navigation and manipulation, etc. To accomplish intelligent behaviors, researchers have proposed a number of control software architectures such as tripodal schematic control architecture (TSCA).

May 22, 2012

Robotics & Computer Vision in Swarm Intelligence & Traffic Safety

Seminar Papers Presentations IEEE ppt topics abstract on Robotics & Computer Vision in Swarm Intelligence & Traffic Safety (Seminar Paper Presentations)
Abstract:an automotive controller that complements the driving experience must work to avoid collisions, enforce a smooth trajectory, and deliver the vehicle to the intended destination as quickly as possible. Unfortunately, satisfying these requirements with traditional methods proves intractable at best and forces us to consider biologically -inspired techniques like Swarm Intelligence. A controller is currently being designed in a robot simulation program with the goal of implementing the system in real hardware to investigate these biologically-inspired techniques and to validate the results. This paper presents an idea that can be implemented in traffic safety by the application of Robotics & Computer Vision through Swarm Intelligence.

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Apr 27, 2012

Military Robots Paper Presentation

Seminar Papers Pharmacy Presentations technical IEEE ppts topics abstract on Military Robots (Seminar Paper Presentations)
Abstract:Everyone knows that being a soldier is a dangerous job, but some of the tasks that soldiers are required to do are more dangerous than others. Walking through minefields, deactivating unexploded bombs or clearing out hostile buildings, for example, are some of the most dangerous tasks a person is asked to perform in the line of duty.
What if we could send robots to do these jobs instead of humans? Then, if something went wrong, we'd only lose the money it cost to build the robot instead of losing a human life. And we could always build more robots.
The U.S. military has been developing robotic systems for all sorts of jobs for years now, and some of them are even on the front lines in Iraq . In this article, we'll meet some of the military's latest robot soldiers, find out what sorts of jobs they can do and get a glimpse of what the future holds for military robots.

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Dec 30, 2011

Robotics: Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility Paper Presentations

Seminar Papers Pharmacy Presentations technical IEEE ppts topics abstract on Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility (Seminar Paper Presentations)
Abstract: Want a robot to cook your dinner, do your homework, clean your house, or get your groceries? Robots already do a lot of the jobs that we humans don't want to do, can't do, or simply can't do as well as our robotic counterparts. In factories around the world, disembodied robot arms assemble cars, delicately place candies into their boxes, and do all sorts of tedious jobs. There are even a handful of robots on the market whose sole job is to vacuum the floor. Many of us grew up watching robots on TV and in the movies: There was Rosie, the Jetsons' robot housekeeper; Data, the android crewmember on Star Trek TNG; and of course, C3PO from Star Wars. The robots being created today aren't quite in the realm of Data or C3PO, but there have been some amazing advances in their technology. Honda engineers have been busy creating the ASIMO robot for more than 17 years. In this article, we'll find out what makes ASIMO the most advanced.

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Nov 1, 2011

Nano Cars using Robotics seminar Presentation download

Seminar Paper Pharmacy Presentations technical IEEE topics Abstract papers on Introducing The Nano Cars Into The Robotics For The Realistic Movements
Abstract: Material Science research is now entering a new phase where the structure and properties of materials can be investigated, characterized and controlled at the nanoscale. New and sometimes unexpected material properties appear at the nanoscale, thus bringing new excitement to this research field. In this talk, special emphasis will be given to one-dimensional nanotubes and nanowires because they exhibit unusual physical properties, due to their reduced dimensionality and their enhanced surface/volume ratio. These unusual properties have attracted interest in their potential for applications in novel electronic, optical, magnetic and thermoelectric devices.

So now we are going to introduce the nano technology into the field of robotics to achieve realistic movements which is a real dream of the human for more than 5 years. By introducing this nervous system to the robot we have exactly 2 advantages that is we can pass information same time and we can also the movements at the same time the cars reached the actual part where the movement as be caused. So we need have some knowledge about nano technology and from these we are going to see what the nano cars means and then how we are going to see the introduction of the nano cars into the neuron system.
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Oct 16, 2011

Space Robots ppt | Humanoid Robotics paper presentation

Paper Pharmacy Presentations technical seminar ppts Abstract papers on Space Robots ( Humanoid Robotics)
A robot built with human-like hands and camera eyes, now has the option of rolling around Earth on a modified two-wheeled  Segway scooter or grappling the International Space Station with what researchers call a "space leg". This paper presents ‘Robonaut’, a humanoid robot designed to revolutionize the future of the space age. Robonaut is one of a kind - a ‘New Generation Spacewalker’, ‘the first Space Telerobot’, that can work in space with simplicity and a high level of dexterity.
This paper enumerates Robonaut’s Technical Specifications, describes his anatomical and functional structure & the various tests performed on him. It highlights the development of robotic technology with future applications where humans & machines play complementary roles.

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