From the production halls to the cinema's screens, from the ravaged lands of the war theaters to the apartments, the robots became, in half a century, something commonplace. Not as common as the scientists or SF writers could see in their imagination, but anyway, today, the idea of robot doing certain operations no longer frightens anyone. We will see how the robot evolved from the first devices that could "Feel" objects and bypass the complex robots of today.
Industrial robots usually have limited mobility in a specific area where they carry out their strict, millimetric activity to carry out specific scheduled operations. In 1970, robots began to be used in welding works at factories in Germany.
The first industrial robot appeared in 1956, created by American George Devol, and the further development came on its own. The second robot was a two-tone tambourine that mounted electronic parts on televisions. It went on with the machine building industry to use robots, these being more precise in executions than people and unaffected by odors or dangerous substances for humans such as paints.
Several disciplines are combined to give robots life: mechanics, electro-technics, computer science and even in lending industry! Many companies like Payday All Day Online Loans, Speedy Cash, Cash Central are using robots for processing loan requests. The main categories in which the robots are divided are mobile autonomous robots, humanoid robots, industrial robots, medical robots, service robots, toy robots, exploring robots, stepping robots, military robots.
Today's domestic robots cut down the lawn, aspire, and even wash windows. Sure, the robot has not yet done the job, but it does not seem to be too much. Although these robots need enormous investments and many companies are doing, they are significant for the technological development of the future.