These days’ robots are overtaking to humans. Most of the countries are using robots in restaurants, hotels and many multinational companies. Robots are controlled by humans, but it can be dangerous for humans. According to professionals, it will be used as killing machines in the future. To prevent the peril, it is quite important to take some necessary actions. It has become a wonderful invention and robots will able to help each other during the unexpected shutdowns and damages. They can change the batteries and energy supplies within a fraction of seconds.
Lots of robots are collecting and transporting raw material to other companies. Most of the scientist claim that robots can challenge to the human in the future. They are working as an engineer in many companies and repairing several machines and moving objects. Following are the important details related to the robotics.
Lastly, performing a wide range of operations can be difficult for human and robots can handle any task without any problems. It is helping hands because they will able tasks in a limited time without creating any mess.
For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) is a non-profit public charity corporation, that holds and organize FRC (FIRST Robotics Competition). FRC is an international high school robotics competition that stretches over a six-weeks period. The goal is to construct a robot that can complete a vast variation of different tasks, such as:
The tasks changes annually.
Each team receives a standard set of parts and a set budget, this is to encourage customization and construction of specialized parts.
FRC is one of four different competitions, the other ones is FIRST Lego League Jr., FIRST Lego League, and the FIRST Tech Challenge.
FIRST was founded by inventor Dean Kamne in 1989. The reason behind the creation of FIRST was to inspire more women and minorities to choose a career in science and technology. Combining the excitement of sports competition with science and technology, was his way to make this happened.