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Safety essentials for robotics experiments

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Since Robotics is the booming sector, it is capable of bringing in a luring amount of cost savings at the enterprise level. As a result, a lot of robotics experiments are undergoing in robotics labs throughout the most prominent robotics incubators worldwide.  The first thing to be ensured while conducting a robotics experiment is the environment in which it is going to be installed. There must be proper failsafe measures integrated against explosions, environmental dust and water splashes (an IP54-equivalent structure). Another possible set of hazards which also needs protection against are: -Flammable gases or liquids -Any metal shavings from...

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Like it or not, the future belongs to Robots

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  From Manav, the Indian robot to Sophia the humanoid robot, who was recently granted citizenship by Saudi Arabia, robots are no longer simply a part of sci-fi movies. Robotics will usher in a future where humans will no longer be required to do everyday mundane tasks. The robots of today are designed to make things a lot easier for us as they will be our future chefs, soldiers, surgeons, companions and what not. Furthermore, robotics promises to solve some of our real-world problems including energy production, agriculture, pollution control, enhanced medical facilities etc. With its seemingly endless possibilities, countries...

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Raspberry Pi Zero W - Things you need to know

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The Raspberry Pi Zero is released in 2015 and had been truly popular in its own right. The only drawback it had was the absence of an inbuilt Wifi. And now it is all solved, here comes Raspberry Pi Zero W  which has built-in wireless and Bluetooth. Similar to the other Raspberry Pi versions this one also needs a power supply, input device, mouse/keyboard and screen is required to use this device. But the reason why this is becoming the popular device is due to its low cost and new wireless feature. Raspberry Pi Zero W comes at the miniature...

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Arduino Nano V3.0 Specification

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What is the Arduino Nano V3.0?  Arduino Nano is a small board compatible with breadboards which is compatible with ATMega328. It has comparable usefulness to the Arduino Uno, however, when it comes to DIP module package, it works with a Mini-B USB link. This Arduino clone board is superbly compatible with Arduino IDE and cases.     Arduino Nano V3.0 Specification The Arduino Software (IDE), is used to program Arduino Nano. The Arduino Software is an Integrated Development Environment that is common to all Arduino boards and runs both online and offline. The detailed specification of the Arduino Nano board...

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