The Future of Robots


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The Future of Robots
The Future of RobotsManufacturers in the United States have been more successful in building robots than in selling them. This appears to be the sum of things at the moment. Once we get geared up for production, the possibility of overproduction always exists. There is some resistance to the adoption of robots for factory work and other tasks. Some people are very suspicious. If it comes to being replaced by machines, therefore, every type of roadblock may be thrown up to impede the progress of the new approach to manufacturing. However, there are some positive aspects to be gained from robotizing.Vision systems are too expensive and slow at the moment but will improve as research and development progress to meet the demand for better-quality recognition by robots. Ta…
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Mark R. Miller; Rex Miller: Robots and Robotics: Principles, Systems, and Industrial Applications. The Future of Robots, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2017), AccessEngineering Export