Robotics News

Why isn’t there more agricultural robots in our fields?

AgreenCulture discuss their work developing agricultural robotics solutions to promote the adoption of modern precision farming in Europe. In the last 60 years, the worlds...

Virginia students to compete in international robotics competition

A team of students from Virginia have been selected for the Mohamed Bin Zayed International Robotics Challenge 2020. Tomonari Furukawa, robotics researcher, Zinn Faculty Scholar,...

India are sending a ‘half-humanoid’ robot to the Moon

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has released video footage of their ‘half humanoid’ robot to be part of the Chandrayaan-3 mission, sending an...

Getting to the root of agricultural technology

Today’s agriculture uses some of the most sophisticated technologies available today. Farmers use robots, moisture sensors and aerial imaging to ensure the success of...

Researching planetary atmospheres

Scot Rafkin, program director in space science & engineering at Southwest Research Institute, talks about some of the latest development in planetary atmospheres research. Speaking...

Rise of machines to make ageing at home easier

Guest contributor Ali Dockerty explores the growing popularity of ageing at home and the ways in which smart technology can help. The cost of nursing...

Predictive maintenance, machine learning and the holographic principle

Neuron soundware specialises in analysing the sound produced by machines in order to enable predictive maintenance. Physics defines sound as a vibration that propagates as...

Maritime drone creator based in centre of Europe

Stromkind’s drone products address various problems in the maritime world and deliver innovative solutions. Stromkind GmbH is a maritime drone...

Advancing patient care through innovative orthopaedics

Director of the AO Research Institute Davos, Prof Geoff Richards speaks to Innovation News Network about some of the up and coming projects surrounding...

Future of shipping: Europe’s ports can keep a competitive edge

Magda Kopczynska, Director for Waterborne Transport at European Commission, speaks about the future of shipping. At the annual European Sea Ports Organisation (ESPO) conference –...

Labour exploitation: Brexit to increase ‘conveyor belt’ of trafficked migrants

Immigration Advice Service political correspondent Olivia Bridge outlines the growing risk of Brexit to labour exploitation and human trafficking. Human trafficking, slavery and labour exploitation...

Edge computing and Artificial Intelligence: a new competitor for 5G

Pavel Konečný, CEO of Neuron soundware, explores the advantages offered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) in edge computing. In 2016, I visited the CEBIT conference in...

Robotics

Robotics is a blend of computer science and engineering with the intended product being a robot device.

The study of robot technology consists of disciplines such as: dynamic system modelling and analysis, mathematics, computer science, engineering and automation.

There are six types of industrial robots: cartesian, SCARA, cylindrical, delta, polar and vertically articulated.

Here you can find all the latest research and discovery in the field of robotics.