Technoxian 6.0: Glimpse of competitions

The largest robotics championship technoxian launches its 6th edition with an exciting list of competitions. The latest edition of technoxian organized by the All India Council for robotics and automation will start from August 21st to 23rd, 2022. The technoxian 6.0 now invites students, robots enthusiasts, and Robo clubs to take participation in the challenges. In this space, let’s have a close look at a few of the competitions in the largest robotic competition ever “TECHNOXIAN 6.0”. WRC innovation contest Technoxian invites technology aspirants to participate in the competition with…

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Robotics for society

Robots are deployed in a number of circumstances, especially where they can complete challenging tasks or execute missions that would be dangerous for a human to complete. Latest developments in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) are transforming industry, society, and our daily lives. Apart from being accurate and consistent, robots may work in any environment, increasing their adaptability. They eliminate dangerous jobs for humans because robots can work in hazardous environments, . They are capable of lifting heavy loads, managing toxic substances, and performing repetitive tasks. This has aided businesses…

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Top robotics competitions in india

Robotic competitions are a pretty effective way for both kids and adults to quickly learn the basic concepts of the technology. Robot contests bring together people of all ages — researchers, students, and hobbyists – who are working in distinct and possibly more difficult areas of robotics, providing rare and incredible opportunity to connect and learn from one another. As a technology that is set to rock tomorrow’s industry floors and workplaces, students as young as six years old have enrolled in robotics training institutes to learn the art.The growing…

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Robots that replicate the sense of touch..!

Numerous roboticists worldwide were trying to develop robotics systems that can replicate the human sense of touch. Researchers at Beihang University in Beijing created tactile sensing techniques that could be applied to robotic fingers made of soft materials. This technique is stimulated by proprioception, the biological mechanism that allows mammals to perceive or be aware of their body’s position and movements. “The idea behind our recent paper is based on the proprioception framework found in humans, which is what determines our body position and load on our tendons/joints,” Chang Cheng,…

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