Robots at Work

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Robots continue to evolve and penetrate into many areas of our lives. Some help in the exploration of space, medicine and industry, about them shoot fantastic movies .

Today let’s talk about the robotics of the 21st century.

The robot firefighter. It is a multifunctional robotic firefighting system MVF-5 from the Croatian company Dok-Ing Canon. Profession firefighter is a list of the most dangerous and the use of robots at work greatly reduces the risks.(Photo by Bertrand Langlois | AFP | Getty Images):

Robots at Work

The four-legged robot from a U.S. defense agency DARPA projects (DARPA). Designed to help carry heavy loads over rough terrain, interacting with the troops. (Photo by DARPA):

Robots at Work

Robotic systems help us in space exploration. Automatic interplanetary explorers NASA, the European Space Agency and the other is currently gathering information about our solar system. Right now, the spacecraft are orbiting the Sun, Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars and Saturn, while others fly to the small space objects.

Space probe of NASA Juno was launched August 5, 2011 to study the distant Jupiter. Arriving on the planet expected July 4, 2016. October 9, 2013 “Juno” made a gravity assist from Earth at 559 km above the surface to break up the unit. At the same time made this picture. (Born Juno) (Photo NASA | JPL-Caltech/Malin Space Science Systems):

Robots at Work

Japan, as you know, is famous for its robots. And in the restaurant robots (Robot Restaurant), located in Tokyo, they all ceased to be part of the research and harmoniously blended into the sphere of entertainment. In this restaurant the whole, from the waiters to the dancers, consists of robotvo. They hold to the table to take your order and entertain the show program. The cost of creating the institution – $ 127 million, it opened July 18, 2012. This photograph was taken October 6, 2013. (Photo by AP Photo | Jacquelyn Martin):

Robots at Work

In the German town of Furth im Wald robot dinosaur helped to deal effectively with the former Christmas trees, 24 January 2013. (Photo by AP Photo | dpa | Armin Weigel):

Robots at Work

The droids, robots operators help to be in the thick of dangerous sports events and of the hottest spots to transmit image viewers. Rally FIA World Rally Championship on the Italian island of Sardinia, 20 June 2013. (Photo by Andreas Solaro | AFP | Getty Images):

Robots at Work

Quantico Marine Base, Va., Sept. 24, 2013. These robots mimic the movement of people in order to develop skills of firing at moving targets. (Photo by US Marine Corps | Pfc. Eric T. Keenan):

Robots at Work

Restaurant in Harbin, Heilongjiang province, China, Jan. 12, 2013. It employs a total of 20 robots height of 1.3-1.6 meters. They prepare meals, spread their visitors and are able to display more than 10 of emotion to “the people.” (Photo by Reuters | Sheng Li):

Robots at Work

Fancy cleaning robot from the company Toshiba, February 15, 2013. Only it does not take away the trash and disinfects the area. In particular, it plans to use in areas affected by the nuclear power plant “Fukushima”.  (Photo by Yoshikazu Tsuno | AFP | Getty Images):

Robots at Work

Robot copy of the Danish scientist Henrik Scharfe, its creator. San Jose, CA, August 16, 2013. (Photo by Reuters | Juan Carlos Ulate):

Robots at Work

Robots in space. Canadarm2 – Mobile Servicing System (robotic arm), located on the International Space Station . Plays a key role in the assembly and maintenance of the station: move equipment and materials within the station, helping astronauts to work in space and maintains instruments and other payloads that are on the surface of the station. (Photo by AP Photo | NASA):

Robots at Work

This new generation of robotic prostheses, Chicago, November 4, 2012. According to the creators, such bionic legs allow better synchronize the movement of the thoughts of the affected person and wearing them. (Photo by Reuters | John Gress):

Robots at Work

Weekly race camels in Kuwait , January 26, 2013. At the top of camels – robot jockeys. (Photo by Reuters | Stephanie McGehee):

Robots at Work
The robot bartender “Karl” in the eastern German city of Ilmenau, July 26, 2013. It knows how to mix cocktails and able to talk to some customers. (Photo by Reuters | Fabrizio Bensch):

Robots at Work

May 14, 2013 drone X-47B for the first time in history has taken off from the deck of the U.S. Navy aircraft carrier “George W. Bush”, who was in the Atlantic. In flight, the drone is controlled by the operator, who was on board the ship. In this part of the flight was conducted in stand-alone mode without operator intervention. (Photo by US Navy | Mass Communication Specialist 3nd Class Christopher A. Liaghat):

Robots at Work

A humanoid robot “Atlas”, developed by U.S. company Boston Dynamics, at a press conference at the University of Hong Kong, 17 October 2013. Read more about him and the other two-legged robots can watch the video. (Photo by Reuters | Tyrone Siu):

Robots at Work

This robot in Geneva airport accompanies tourists in dozens of areas, such as search trucks, ATM, safety deposit boxes, etc. (Photo by Fabrice Coffrini | AFP | Getty Images):

Robots at Work

And in the fifth terminal of New York’s JFK Airport you will meet very talkative employee. She stands in front of a group of passengers and explains something to them. But it is necessary to come closer …

“Opportunity” – the second rover space agency NASA, which has 10 years of working on the surface of Mars, more than 37 times exceeding the planned service life. (Photo by NASA | JPL):

Robots at Work

Robots do not only corporations but also private inventors. Like this Chinese inventor, the robot gathers in the courtyard of his home in Beijing, May 15, 2013. He spent about $ 24,400 dollars and more than 11 months on the project. The robot height of 2.1 meters weighs about 480 pounds. (Photo by Reuters | Suzie Wong):

Robots at Work

The new four-legged robot from the company Toshiba. He is able to walk on uneven surfaces, avoid obstacles, climb stairs, combines camera and monitor, as well as ways to explore the state of the nuclear power plants. Such as the destruction of the plant “Fukushima-1”.

Robots at Work

The world’s first bionic robot, called the developers of the Smithsonian «The Incredible Bionic Man», consisting of 28 parts of the body, are a perfect human replicas. However, though some say it looks like Frank – the so-called biorobot – pretty scary. The reason for that was called away facial expression. (Photo by Reuters | Joshua Roberts):

Robots at Work

Another photo bipedal humanoid robot “Atlas”, developed by U.S. company Boston Dynamics at a press conference at the University of Hong Kong, 17 October 2013. Height – 1.83 m, weight – 149.7 lbs. The robot is made of aluminum and titanium, worth $ 1,930,000. He is able to do a variety of movements, including naturally walk on his two feet.

(Photo by Reuters | Tyrone Siu):

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