Abstract Submission opens:
June 10, 2022
Abstract Submission Deadline:
February 10, 2023
Standard Registration opens:
June 10, 2022
Standard Registration Deadline:
February 20, 2023
Session-1: Humanoid Robots
Human-oriented research on robotics is an active field. Researchers within the past tried to create robots that might mimic citizenry and perform complicated tasks. Recently, they need to be shifted their main interest to human-symbiotic robotics during which citizenry receive services from robots or are co-workers with robots in performing collaborative tasks. Hitachi began research on robotics at a really early stage and has been involved in many challenging projects since then. Its prototype intelligent robot within the 1970s and its Advanced Quadruped Robot within the 1980s are samples of Hitachi’s commitment to the present field and therefore the lessons learned from these projects are reflected in our latest EMIEW humanoid robots that act as evolving hubs between the human, machine, and knowledge worlds.
Nano-robots are the robots that are merely called that manageable machine at the Nano (10-9) meter or molecular scale, composed of Nano-components. a lot of specifically, Nano artificial intelligence refers to the still for the most part hypothetic engineering discipline of coming up with and building Nano robots. Although the sector of Nano artificial intelligence is essentially totally different from that of the macro robots because of the variations in scale and material, there are several similarities in style and management techniques that eventually can be projected and applied. Because of the trendy scientific capabilities, it's become doable to aim the creation of Nano robotic devices and interface them with the macro world for management. There are innumerable such machines that exist in nature and there's a chance to create a lot of them by mimicking nature. Today these Nano robots play a significant role within the field of Bio medication. Particularly within the treatment of cancer, aneurism, excretory organ stones removal, conjointly to get rid of the defected half in our DNA structure and a few alternative treatments that has the best aid to save lots of human lives. This paper guides to the recent analysis on Nano robots within the Bio medical applications.
Session-3: Medical robotics
Medical Robotics is associate knowledge domain field that focuses on developing mechanical device devices for clinical applications. The goal of this field is to alter new medical techniques by providing new capabilities to the medico or by providing help throughout surgical procedures. Medical Robotics may be a comparatively young field, because the 1st recorded medical application occurred in 1985 for a brain diagnostic assay. It's tremendous potential for rising the exactitude and capabilities of physicians once activity surgical procedures, and it's believed that the sector can still grow as improved systems become accessible. This chapter offers a comprehensive summary regarding medical Robotics field and its applications. It begins with associate introduction to Robotics, followed by a historical review of their use in medication. Clinical applications in many completely different medical specialties square measure discussed. The chapter concludes with a discussion of technology challenges and areas for future analysis.
Session-4: Robotic locomotion
Robotic locomotion systems function a base platform for much of the sector of robotics. Although the general public nation of a robot usually conjures images of either walking bipeds or wheeled mobile robots, the types of systems developed in robotics research extend far beyond these two classes of robots. Starting from a really general definition of gait, one finds that it's quite natural to define a good sort of machines and devices as qualifying as robotic locomotion systems, including swimming robots, satellites with robots, and modular metamorphic robots.
Session-5: Cloud Robotics
With the event of Cloud Computing, Big Data, and alternative rising technologies, the combination of cloud technology and multi-robot systems makes it potential to style multi-robot systems with improved energy potency, high period of time performance, and low value. So as to deal with the potential of clouds in enhancing artificial intelligence for industrial systems, this paper describes the essential ideas and development method of cloud artificial intelligence and therefore the overall design of those systems. Then, the key driving forces behind the event of cloud artificial intelligence area unit fastidiously analysed from the purpose of read of cloud computing, big data, ASCII text file resources, mechanism cooperative learning, and network property. After, the key problems and challenges within the current cloud robotic systems area unit planned, and a few potential solutions are given. Finally, the potential worth of cloud robotic systems in several sensible applications is mentioned.
Session-6: Swarm robotics
Swarm robotics may be a novel approach to the coordination of huge numbers of robots and has emerged because the application of swarm intelligence to multi-robot systems. Different from other swarm intelligence studies, swarm robotics puts emphases on the physical embodiment of people and realistic interactions among the individuals and between the individuals and therefore the environment. During this chapter, we present a quick review of this new approach. We first present its definition, discuss the most motivations behind the approach, also as its distinguishing characteristics and major coordination mechanisms. Then we present a quick review of swarm robotics research along four axes; namely design, modelling and analysis, robots and problems.
Session-7: Underwater robotics
Underwater robotics applications have extensively grown within the last twenty years both for scientific investigations and industrial needs. Technological improvements within the design and development of the mechanics and electronics of the systems are followed by the event of very efficient and elaborate control strategies. Indeed the framework of underwater robotics is challenging form both a theoretical and experimental point of view.
Session-8: Agricultural Robots
Agriculture is that the backbone of India. The robotics plays a serious role in various fields like industrial, medical, military applications etc., the robotics field are gradually increasing its productivity in agriculture field. A number of the main problems within the Indian agricultural are rising of input costs, availability of skilled labours, lack of water resources and crop monitoring. To beat these problems, the automation technologies were utilized in agriculture. The automation within the agriculture could help farmers to scale back their efforts. The robots are being developed for the processes like fruit picking, monitoring, Irrigation, etc., All of those functions haven't yet performed employing a single robot.
Session-9: Aerial Robotics
A wide array of potential applications exist for robots that have the extent of mobility offered by flight. The military applications of aerial robotics are recognized ever since the beginnings of powered flight, and that they have already been realized to sometimes spectacular effect in surveillance, targeting, and even strike missions. The range of civilian applications is even greater and includes remote sensing, disaster response, image acquisition, surveillance, transportation, and delivery of products.
Session-10: Ubiquitous Robotics
We present an idea of a ubiquitous industrial robot. It’s been defined to contain technologies of AI, ubiquitous computing, sensor network and industrial robots. The benefits compared with current intelligent robots are that they're more autonomous and that they have cognitive skills. A ubiquitous robot is interoperable with all sensors, computers and other devices around it. One important factor is that the natural interaction with humans. The ever present approach is more common in consumer applications but still new within the industrial environment, albeit many research efforts are being made. We also present an example of a ubiquitous robot: the isle of automation.
Session-11: BEAM Robotics
BEAM robots are a kind of robot that don't use computers. They typically cheap to form and may be built within a couple of days—unlike computer-based robots which will be costly, complex and take years to create . BEAM robots are often either simple machines consisting of a photovoltaic cell, motor, transistors and capacitors or as complex as an 8-jointed, 4-legged walking spider machine.
Session-12: Ant robotics
Ant robotics may be a special case of swarm robotics. Swarm robots are simple (and hopefully, therefore cheap) robots with limited sensing and computational capabilities. This makes it feasible to deploy teams of swarm robots and cash in of the resulting fault tolerance and parallelism. Swarm robots cannot use conventional planning methods thanks to their limited sensing and computational capabilities. Thus, their behavior is usually driven by local interactions. Ant robots are swarm robots which will communicate via markings, almost like ants that lay and follow pheromone trails. Some ant robots use long-lasting trails (either regular trails of a chemical substance or smart trails of transceivers. Others use short-lasting trails including heat and alcohol. Others even use virtual trails.
Session-13: Robotic Process Automation
RPA is an Independent property. Because the first professional vendor of RPA products in China, RPA aims to unravel the matter of business process automation for enterprises, greatly reducing the amount of individuals engaged in standard, repetitive, cumbersome and high-volume work tasks. It’s the purest sort of automation. With its lightweight, efficient and fast performance, RPA has stepped out of the "machine-making" stage and stepped into a replacement field of "replacement for people to try to things."
Session-14: Industrial Applications of Robotics
Current innovation, for a dominant a part of development, extends in creation, throwing, machining and obtain together offices, are going to be a big supporter of ripeness development with ample gains within the assortment of products even with troublesome test and rivalry Industrial Robots are getting used for around 50 years. The Present-Day Robots at Work: Industrial Robots have come to assume a big job in numerous modern systems today. These robots are very often of the Jacquard type—with a few of human qualities—as against the doll-like structure. The work that robots are often grouped into three noteworthy divisions: within the gathering and completing of items; within the progression of materials and objects, and within the exhibition of labor in naturally troublesome or risky conditions.
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Plenary Talk: A plenary talk of a conference which all members of all parties are to attend. Such a session may include a broad range of content, from keynotes to panel discussions, and is not necessarily related to a specific style of presentation or deliberative process.
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Workshop: A workshop is designed to teach something or develop a specific skill while an academic conference is about presenting original research and getting feedback from peers. A workshop doesn't necessarily have to present original research; it is directed more towards teaching and learning in an interactive environment.
E-poster: An e-Poster or digital poster is a digital presentation of research that is presented within a congress.
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