Definitions for "Robotics"
The theory and application of robots, a completely self-contained electronic, electric, or mechanical device, to such activities as manufacturing.
A branch of engineering that involves the conception, design, manufacture, and operation of robots. This field overlaps with electronics, computer science, artificial intelligence, mechatronics, nanotechnology, and bioengineering.
Tools that drive biotechnical manufacturing of food and fiber, and cloned beefsteaks grown in nutrient tanks that could provide consistent, high-quality protein without breeding, feeding, and caring for cattle. Similar processes for other products eliminate the plant or animal as intermediary between raw nutrients and the dinner table. Robotics and biotechnology could make a crucial difference for rural communities. Under the teleological paradigm, such technologies can be organized and structured to provide employment, services, and amenities for an educated, enlightened rural population.
The application of electronic computerized control systems to mechanical devices designed to perform human functions.
mechanically accomplished tasks done by automated equipment.
Programmable, multifunctional devices that perform physical tasks.
Keywords:  robust
is the engineering field that builds machine with the cognitive abilities necessary to interact with the real, physical world. current roboticists are producing machines whose cognitive performance is somewhere above the level of the simplest insects and somewhere below the cognitive performance of the simplest mammals.
Keywords:  iwka, parent, holding, member, company
a member of the IWKA Holding Company , our parent
the technology of designing, building, controlling, and using robots (q.v.)
the branch of technology dealing with the design, construction and use of robots
Keywords:  focused, issues, product, company
a product company focused on product issues
Keywords:  concerned, practical, area
the area of AI concerned with the practical use of robots
The integration of computers and industrial robots.
Keywords:  study, design
The study and design of robots.