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Three Interesting Robotic Trends to Watch in 2021
Robots with cameras can tackle complex tasks and ensure that the desired action is carried out correctly, while machine vision algorithms handle image analysis.
FREMONT, CA: Robotics is radically transforming today's industrial landscape. This technology ushered in a sea change as businesses focused on increasing production while reducing the burden on human workers and employees. Based on current industrial trends, this industry will also see exciting trends that could revolutionize how the world operates today. Consumer electronics and the electric car industries alone will create millions of additional jobs in the preceding decade. Here are three interesting robotic trends to pave an eye on:
RaaS business models will acquire a lot of traction as firms rush to digital transformation and strive for innovation. Through virtual agents, these robotics models enable firms to execute repetitive and challenging tasks in less time. This allows businesses to cut operational costs and reduce upfront investments in high-value, high-demand business operations. RaaS also provides rental and leasing services, thereby expanding the global robotics rental market and lowering the cost of permanent deployment options.
Machine Learning in Robotics:
Machine vision is critical for robotic systems; without it, robots would be blind and unable to present themselves at work. Robots with cameras can tackle difficult tasks and ensure that the desired action is carried out correctly, while machine vision algorithms handle image analysis. Vision guiding systems can let robots recognize objects and feel their surroundings, allowing them to move without stumbling over obstacles. And this functionality will become increasingly popular in all robotic applications in the near future. As a result, processes such as packaging, shipping, assembly, and quality control may now be completed more effectively by robots.
Robots are no exception to the rule that all technologies are interconnected. Robots in converged infrastructure and shared services environments will benefit from the tremendous computing and storage capabilities of current data centers thanks to cloud robotics. Even RaaS models can connect actual robots to cloud-based administration and analytics services. The robots will be easier to monitor, manage, and maintain thanks to cloud connectivity remotely.
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