DOI:​10.14257/ijca.2018.11.11.03
Corpus ID: 57761091
Robotics Evolution: from Remote Brain to Cloud
A. Sheta, Nazeeh Ghatasheh, +1 author A. Rodan
Published 2019
Engineering, Computer Science

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Robotic systems have been evolving since decades and touching almost all aspects of life, either for leisure or critical applications. Most of traditional robotic systems operate in well-defined… Expand
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