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Cleaning robot is an autonomous robot that cleans floor, windows, lawns, and others. It is employed in mopping, UV sterilization, and other purposes in household as well as industrial applications. Cleaning robot minimizes human efforts and saves time, economical and electricity. People with disability can use cleaning robot as an alternative for expensive housekeeping services. Technological advancement has made robots more intelligent and they are able to detect different amount of dirt at different spots.
Machine vision systems for weld inspection comprise a sensor mounted on a robotic arm. A laser in the sensor projects a line of light across the surface of a component joint, a technique known as laser triangulation. At the same time, a high-speed camera, also housed in the sensor, captures an image of the line as an elevation profile. Through the relative motion of the component and the sensor, the system builds a 3D image of the welded seam surface.
Industrial Robots are automatic devices, which to an extent simulate the human behavior or more specifically human activity. Robots are important part of the science of Automation. Automation involves machines and computers that are capable of learning and performing various types of operations. The word robot has been derived from the Czech word ”robota” meaning compulsory labor. The robots are used in industries to perform various functions like material handling, spot welding, spray painting, die casting, ironing, forging, assembly operations, palletizing, dispensing, testing, water jet cutting, picking and placing heavy goods etc.