Today We Are Living In The 21st Century Modern World. Our Daily Lives Are Getting Automated & Updated. Also The Science & Technology Is Marking New Milestones. Because Of These Requirements The Need For Automation Is Increasing Every Minute. So With The Help Of Robots, Household Works, Industrial Works, Factory Works, Marine Works, Power Plant Works, Scientific Works, Space Mission Works Can Be Done Efficiently & Accurately. Robots Are Nothing But Machines Which Are Programmed To Do Some Specific Tasks. Most Of The Robots May Not Have Eyes (Vision Sensors / Cameras). If Vision Sensors / Cameras Are Attached To These Robots They Can Achieve The Next Automation Level.

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Most Of The Robots Work Like Pick & Place, Slide & Lift, Et cetera. If Robots Are Assembled With Vision Sensors / Cameras And Programmed, They Will Be Much Better In Identifying & Sorting Objects. This Will Also Help The Robots To Understand the Orientation Of The Objects & Also The Work Location Details. With The Advancement In Robotic Gripping Mechanism Combined With Vision Sensors / Cameras, They Will Be Capable Of Smoothly Transporting Differently Shaped And Sizes Objects. For The Robotic Design One Have To Choose Either Vision Sensor Or The Camera. The Main Difference Between A Vision Sensor & A Camera Are

  • – The Vision Sensor Will Take More Time For Rendering The Objects It Have Captured
  • – The Vision Sensor Is Having A Fixed Resolution
  • – The Vision Sensor’s Image Content Can Be Accessed Through An API Directly

In The Near Future, The Whole Factory & Industrial Works Will Be Done By Robots. The OEM Giants Like ABB, KUKA, Yaskawa, Fanuc, Omron Are Producing More Robots Daily. This Is Because The Requirements For The Robots Are Increasing. The Robots With Eyes Will Be Having More Value Than The Normal Ones. Robots With Artificial Intelligence Is A Deadly Combo, Many Job Openings Will Be There In Industrial Field, Marine Field, Medical & So On.

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Author: Jithu Vino Jose
Department: Industrial Automation


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