Advances in Robot Technology

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The advances in Robot technology is in line with all new technology. There are cities around the world that depend on advancement. In this post I outline some of these areas and how they are helping advance Robot patents.

Open source software and legal requirements have many loop holes depending on which country you live in. When the practical value outweighs the patent and legal requirements a surge of companies jump on the idea.

Robots are not human, however the technology influences the humans to get creative. Areas in the work place that require accuracy are a great place for robots. On the other side of the fence Robots can replace human responses. Extensions to man can make him (or her) stronger. Robot hardware in the field is pushed forward in movies, factories and star of events.

Robot doctors are put in place to diagnose and do simple operations. Equally robots can make trades, sell at certain times and pick up on trends and triggers.

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We see Robots in China being centre stage at events, in shopping centres and cartoons. The rate of growrh in this sector in say Shenzen is a necessity for the city to grow. The city is already growing rapidly in a short space of time. Robots are the centre stage for this sort of symbolism.

People want to where Robots on clothes to show there support for the robot in the world. Testing robots outside of a Crash Test Dummy environment is the problem.

Digital robots tuned to trigger when certain actions around the world occur. This depends on many syndication settings. Robots help investigate the quickest route to the destination. Google already have robot driven cars, taking the driving liscense out of the picture.

We see Robot cops in films but I argue the world is not ready for this. Man hackers can quite easily take control, duplicate to outlaw the patents.

The advances in Robot technology a too vast to mention here in one post. As it happens I will do my best to report. Please subscribe.

Amazon Drones Testing In UK And Hobbyists

Drones for Amazon in the UK need to pass the board of safety the CAA. Robot enthusiasts use drones to monitor and video the landscape. The drones fly about 350 ft in the air. So what’s the difference between Drones for delivering goods and drones for recreational purposes?

The consensus seems to be the safety board CAA need to check the line of site in the air. The tests is of a distance of 10 – 15 kilometres. If you can see from such a distance on a clear day then the pass should come about.

Drones around the world are used for all sorts of purposes, mainly filming. This brings a new edge to filming remote landscapes. However I am sure rules will be in place contrary to whatever laws and passes, surveillance drones claim.

Imagine seeing a drone with a camera on it flying over the Amazons. The indigenous tribes maybe fearful of this sort of thing. So some sort of StarTrek protocols need to be put in place.

Imagine a drone which was able to enter a Star Gate that travels millions of miles, or a time portal. This would give us a new window on the world. This sort of thing in the imagination is already possible using CGI, photoshop and Disney animation type software.

The mind is possible of amazing things. For many years supposed gifted people claim – to have the gift of remote viewing.

There has never been a true test to prove this. However some of the tests made using envelopes with photographs and inside the envelopes the RV of certain characters have proved positive.

Missing people have been found and perpetrators have been found in the strangest locations.

If we look at the drone hobbyists we can see their passion and motivations for investing in this sort of technology.

The same people who have flown miniature remote control planes, boats and helicopters may well be interested in messing about with drones.

The same people who went out and bought Google Glasses or the latest Mobile device will understandably want to take these devices up in the skies and make videos.

Drones provide them all these sorts of solutions.

There is also advancements on solar powered engines which means these drones can stay in the sky for longer durations, travel further into the field and keep the costs down.

Intelligence agencies already use drones to film areas of contention

The bone of contention is about the privacy issues.

I imagine like James Bond has a licence to Kill, the intelligence drone has a licence to film.

The question then is whoever issues these licences should be looking to bend the rules a bit.

And hopefully this does not conflict with how Amazon drones are already delivering packages or bite into how important parcels are monitored?

Amazon drones

If wars can be prevented and terrorists identified and arrested, this is a good thing.

But if like that film ‘Eye in the Sky’ shows a bombing campaign can be executed, then we should put a stop to these unmanned weapons.

Even sending in jets flown by humans bombing innocent people is wrong. I confident agencies understand this simple stuff and are doing all that they can.

I’m droning on a bit now, so I leave it there. If you have anything to add about drones, or are in a particular field of robotics or as parents you want to share you expertise go ahead.

Below is a clip of ‘Eye in the Sky’ starring English actor Helen Mirren.

I Trash Robot first found out about this film on the side of a red double decker bus advertisement, three months after its original release. So there may have been sanctions on trying to release this film to the general public. Watch the highlights and decide yourself.

StarWars VII The Force Awakens

StarWars VII The Force Awakens

StarWars VII The Force Awakens starts of where StarWars VI left off and it looks really good. There are many trailers for the film but this one is so far my favourite. The great thing about StarWars are the robots. That is partly where the idea of trash robot came from. I liked R2D2 and it does look like a dustbin. The director of this film is the same director who did Transformers (another film with robots in). Anyway I won’t bore you much more, here is the trailer below, if you like please be sure to share with all your mates.

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A public cloud definition, some more benefit of hybrid cloud and an introduction to grid computing, utility computing with helpful cloud for computing for dummies definitions of computer technology in relation to information available to public cloud computing.

Public cloud access is always available to an IT team they pay, when the information was hosted on a private server this information was only available to the IT people when need be or as already mentioned in a previous post to liquidate the company. The cloud provides mechanisms that any organisation could well already have within their organisation to do. The key thing that is holding companies back is the ability to distinguish and weigh up the pro’s and cons of moving from a private server to a cloud based public cloud computing. Some of the public data is available to the company assigned to host the cloud based data, as apposed to clients, associates and owners of the company. Outside of this is related to bandwidth and backend facilities to store data and guarantee as long as the bills are in good standing that the data will not be lost of shared with third parties.

As a company grows a scalable model is very appealing, another term for this in relation to cloud computing is elastic (flexible and able to stretch). For example if you employ someone new you want o easily provide the same email facilities you provide to all your employees. If a hybrid, or public cloud based software offers this all you will have to do is pay a small charge every month for the new employee. If it was private and you were wanting to expand on your already strained private host you will have to get in the IT people to do bits and bobs.

In the IT world most IT assistants agree that cloud based solutions are good and that they will grow. This causes anxiety for their working future with employers on Private servers, but it makes their job a lot easier with the hybrid server options. The ability to deploy complex tasks and reduce overpaying for private server space reduce company costs and getting used to a pay as you go model. A launch of a campaign or sales product means the strain will go up. Pay as you go is ok especially when sales die down, the cost will reduce. Hosting video’s on cloud means their is less chance of a website crashing under the strain of all the visitors, and pay per click campaigns will help assign any future expected amounts of traffic, from what country since this will all be targeted in the campaign.

computing partsThe benefits are officially called operational flexibility, scalaibility for heavy sales or email campaigns sent out. Both part and parcel of the hybrid cloud benefits for companies and indeed IT staff. Hybrid is still only a 99% guarantee so big fish companies are not convinced yet, however companies are strengthening deals by implementing sweet spots of individual companies and clients. Companies have certain service-level agreements (SLA) with the services they provide to clients, this includes metrics as well as security guarantees. Anywhere with a payroll or a bank statement should be very low profile. Companies provide case studies and reports compiled throughout the years for customers who are considering their choice of cloud based hosting from the metrics. Forresters Research Inc is one such company known for compiling helpful matrices. The less facilities you need the lower the cost and less amount of information to learn about on top of what you and your members of staff already know about. The SLA determines a lot of these decisions.

Find out more hybrid cloud architecture resources in the PDF link below from HP and Intel back in 2012.

Smith, Laura (2012) What is driving hybrid cloud computing? Differences explained: Private vs. public vs. hybrid cloud computing. Retrieved Feb 15, 2015 from