Robotics & Automation Engineering

In a rapidly changing world, it’s hard to predict where technology will gain traction in different markets and when. It’s worth taking a look at those areas of robotics and automation that are likely to grow in the next few years, in part due to increased demand but also the increasing advances in robotics capabilities. The term robot has been around for about a hundred years now in fiction, but technology often lags behind imagination for obvious reasons – it’s hard to build something you can’t imagine. While we’re still quite a few years away from humanoid multipurpose robots, autonomous robots that can perform specialized tasks well are already here and starting to be deployed around the world. Here are a few industries where those robots and autonomous systems are starting to gain traction. Robots are still not the science fiction promised companions that we may have been expecting, but intelligent, autonomous specialized robots are here and quickly gaining traction in many different markets.

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Nikitha V P
Head of the Department, Associate Professor

Nikitha V P

Obtained M.E. in Embedded Systems Technology from Vinayaka Mission University in...
Yasir Moidutty
Assistant Professor

Yasir Moidutty

Obtained M.tech in Instrumentation Technology from Cochin University of Science and...
Remya Rajendran
Assistant Professor

Remya Rajendran

Obtained PG in Embedded systems from VIT University , Chennai campus. At present...
Leo Mathew
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Leo Mathew

I am a post graduate Production Engineer specialized in Manufacturing Technology...