2. Introduction on robotics
Types of robots
History of industrial robotics
Type of industrial robots
Fundamental laws of robotics
Developments of industrial robots
How robots emerged year by year
Estimated worldwide annual supply of industrial robots
Nowadays trends in industrial robots
How robots plays an intelligent manufacturing role
Future of robots
Advantages and disadvantages of industrial robots
Conclusion of industrial robots
3. A robot is a machine.
Term comes from a Czech word, robota,
meaning “forced labor”.
Works especially one programmable by
Capable of carrying out a complex series of
Robots can be autonomous or semi-
Robots have replaced humans.
4. Industrial robots
5. Created by George Charles Devol.
Devol often called by the name father of
In the year 1954.
But granted in the year 1961.
Then late 1970s Japanese started to produce
8. “A robot may not injure humanity , or, through inaction,
allow humanity to come to harm.”
“A robot may not injure human beings , or, through
inaction, allow human beings to come to harm.”
“A robot must obey the orders given it by human beings
except where such orders would conflict with the First
“A robot must protect its own existence as long as such
protection does not conflict with the First or Second
A robot must follow the trajectory specified by its master,
as long as it does not conflict with the first two laws.
A robot must follow the velocity and acceleration specified
by its master, as long as nothing stands in its way and it
does not conflict with the other laws. (Translated from
Swedish by the author.
9. 1. Bin picking robotics using 3D object
2. Medium payload handling
3. Hand guiding system
4. Cell production robots
5. Cooperative handling
10. 1954 • Programmed Article Transfer
• The Unimate, also known as the world's first industrial
automated robot, is debuted.
• Rancho Arm-first robotic arm to be fully
operated by a computer.
• Fanuc enters the robotics industry and
implements them in their factories.
• ASIMO, Honda's Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility, is
completed after over a decade of development.
14. • The coupling of technology and
• Mass production and logic control.The Second and Third
• possible to devise new approaches.Challenges for flexibility,
reusability, and fast ramp-up
• Automation process can start with
a single cell.
• CMIDAN intelligence and robotics.
• A One, a Two, a Three.Fundamentals for intelligent
15. 1. Continual evolution is required in robotics.
2. PUMA: A retired robot with a 40-year legacy.
3. System-integrated robots.
4. Automation robotics for the 3C industry.
5. Requirements for robotics in the 3C industry.
6. Mobile robots and the mobile robot system.
7. Industrial robot intelligence: Distributed and
8. Searching for gold at the end of the rainbow,
but facing brutal realities.
18. Today we find most robots working for people in
industries, factories, warehouses, and laboratories.
Robots are useful in many ways.
For instance, it boosts economy because businesses need to
be efficient to keep up with the industry competition.
Therefore, having robots helps business owners to be
competitive, because robots can do jobs better and faster
than humans can, e.g. robot can built, assemble a car.
Yet robots cannot perform every job; today robots roles
include assisting research and industry.
Finally, as the technology improves, there will be new
ways to use robots which will bring new hopes and new