Case Study and Analysis of Robotics in All over the World

T Karuppiah, Azha Periyasamy, S Muruganand

Abstract


The robotic many places in the world in many different ways to identify important role in many industries for many purposes. So this kind of robotics, many of them are doing a full review, Are mapped to the field of robotics, robotic kind used in the application, find out What kind of a new kind of robotic in their efforts to come into this world, it is taken in this study. Moreover, such studies can make the world a new kind of robots Hardware robots and software used to create the account and this is what, how to use them, how to use the software in a new hardware and, most of all, what are the ways of this study can also come.

Keywords


Robot, Industry, Processor, Controlling, Monitoring.

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