It is the most Disciplinary division of science and engineering that comprises computer science, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering and others.Robotics deals with the construction, operation, design and use of robots, and use computer systems for their control as well, information processing and sensory feedback.
Mostly, these technologies are used to build machines that can be alternative for humans.Robots can be used for any purpose and in any kind of situation, but presently many are used in perilous and dangerous environments (involving bomb deactivation and bomb detection), manufacturing processes manure or where human beings can’t survive.Robots can easily take on any style or any pattern but some are made to resemble humans in plausibility.This is said to cooperation and support in the acceptance of a robot in specific replicative behaviors generally performed by people.
Such kind of robots try to repeat lifting, walking, cognition, speech and usually anything a human can do.Many of today’s robots are activated and inspired by nature, and also contributing to the field of bio-inspired robotics.The conception of constructing machines that can operate autonomously dates back to ancient times, but explore into the potential uses and work efficiency uses of robots did not expand to a large extent till the 20th century.Throughout history, it has been often approved that one day, robots will be able to mimic human behavior such as fashion.
In present times, robotics is one of fastest developing field, as in technological growth like-designing, researching and building new robots operate different practical purposes, whether commercially, militarily or domestically.Many robots are developed to do jobs that are dangerous to people like as finding survivors in unsteady ruins, defusing bombs, searching and exploring mines and shipwrecks.It is also used in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) as a teaching auxiliary.
This word, Robotics was originated from the word ‘robot’, which was first proposed to the world by Czech writer Karel Capek in his play Rossum’s Universal Robot (R.U.R), which was presented in 1920.The word Robot arrives from robota (the slavic word), which means labour (manual worker).The play started in a factory that makes artificial people called robots, beings or creatures who can be inaccurate for human beings - very identical to the modern plan of androids.Mr. Karel Capek did not coin the word himself.He wrote a letter in brief in context to an etymology in the Oxford English Dictionary in which he nominated his brother Josef Capek as its real author and actual mastermind.