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Date

20 Aug 2018

Technical talk on Robotics and IoT

Resource Person : Mr. K S Anand Kumar and Mr. Siddeshwar S Tadapalli, Technical Directors, SATYAKI

Date : 20th August 2018

Time : 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM

Venue : Seminar Hall 1

No. of Participants : ECE students & Staff

Outcome of the Program :

The technical talk on “ROBOTICS and IoT” was delivered by Mr. Siddeshwar and Mr. Anand Kumar, Technical directors, SATYAKI group.

Initially session started with the introduction about Robotics and its relationship with IoT. For students it will be interesting and easy to build the models and it can be linked to IoT.

The session taught about the concept of Robotics, its demand for Teaching science, technology engineering and STEM. Robotics is a branch of Engineering that involves the concept, design, manufacture and operation. It can be related to IoT. IoT has the ability for things that contain embedded technologies to sense, communicate, interact and collaborate with other things, thus creating a network of physical objects. The speakers gave the information about recent technologies in the industry and it has been increased enormously in the ration 1:2 means one human: Two IoT devices.

The speaker also gave the information about Integration of IoT with Industrial Robots. Integration of IoT with industrial robots is called The Internet of Robotic Things (IoRT). It is estimated that the IoRT market will be worth over $20 billion by 2022. Integration of IoT with industrial robots will help users worldwide in continuously measuring the performance of the robot with respect to each cycle, and continuously monitoring he components. A smart system/device can also be used to monitor the status of the robot and report as needed. With IoT, the robot by itself may be intelligent; it can collect all data and certain values from each of its sensors and either store or transmit live data that is acquired. Apart from industrial robots, IoT can be used in robots that require remote sensing and detection. Finally, the session concluded with showing some Real time examples videos to students.

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