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What is Robotic Systems

Developing and Monitoring Smart Environments for Intelligent Cities
Robotic systems are defined as systems that provide intelligent services and information by interacting with their environment, including human beings, via the use of various sensors, actuators and human interfaces ( Object Management Group, 2005 ).
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Developing Trends in Power and Networking Technologies for Intelligent Cities
Kadir Alpaslan Demir (Turkish Naval Research Center Command, Turkey) and Buğra Turan (Koc University, Turkey)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-5062-5.ch003
The introduction of Industry 4.0 has increased the focus on a number of technologies. These technologies also help realize the vision for intelligent cities. Furthermore, there are already discussions of Industry 5.0. One emerging aspect of Industry 5.0 is human-robot co-working. With the help of artificial intelligence, the internet of things paradigm, Industry 4.0, and Industry 5.0 visions, there will be two predominant types of systems interfacing with people in intelligent cities. These are robotic and ambient intelligence systems. The increasing deployment of these will help make cities even smarter. However, we need to see advancements in a number of relevant key technologies, including power and networking technologies. In this chapter, first, the authors briefly discuss Industry 4.0, Industry 5.0, and intelligent cities paradigm, as well as robotic and ambient intelligence systems. Then, they focus on developing trends in power and networking technologies.
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Tracking Control of a Nonholonomic Mobile Robot Using Neural Network
Systems using robotic hardware to run applications automatically.
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