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CustomDebian to control robot s using [[Embedded_Debian]].
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CustomDebian to control robots using [[Embedded_Debian]].
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According to TechNewsWorld, Linux is poised to play a central role in an emerging industry that many expect to overtake the PC industry in size: robotics. Japan is currently driving robot innovation, according to the article, impelled by a looming labor shortage. Consumer robots like the Sony Aibo and Honda Asimo make headlines, but ubiquitous, cheap, and practical utility robots are what most Japanese robot makers are focused on, and "carmaker Honda believes that robots will become its most important business," according to the article. According to !TechNewsWorld, Linux is poised to play a central role in an emerging industry that many expect to overtake the PC industry in size: robotics. Japan is currently driving robot innovation, according to the article, impelled by a looming labor shortage. Consumer robots like the Sony Aibo and Honda Asimo make headlines, but ubiquitous, cheap, and practical utility robots are what most Japanese robot makers are focused on, and "carmaker Honda believes that robots will become its most important business," according to the article.
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== See about robotics : ==
 * [[robot]] topics in DebianWiki .
== See about robotics ==
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 * EduRobot
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 * http://www.linuxdevices.com/articles/["AT2717739661"].html
 * [[http://www.ece.pdx.edu/~botcache/|Open Source Robotics, Intel]].
 * http://www.linuxdevices.com/articles/AT2717739661.html
 * http://software.intel.com/sites/oss/tools.php
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 * [[http://www.intel.com/technology/computing/opencv/index.htm|robotic eyes/vision]]: [[OpenCV]].  * [[WikiPedia:OpenCV]].
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== See also ==
 * WiFi , to connect with robots wirelessly.
 * [[domotics]].
 * [[EIB]] for Linux.
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CategoryHardware | CategoryHandheld

Translation(s): English - Italiano

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CustomDebian to control robots using Embedded_Debian.

According to TechNewsWorld, Linux is poised to play a central role in an emerging industry that many expect to overtake the PC industry in size: robotics. Japan is currently driving robot innovation, according to the article, impelled by a looming labor shortage. Consumer robots like the Sony Aibo and Honda Asimo make headlines, but ubiquitous, cheap, and practical utility robots are what most Japanese robot makers are focused on, and "carmaker Honda believes that robots will become its most important business," according to the article.

DebianRobot includes Open Automation Project robots and software.

See about robotics


CategoryHardware | CategoryHandheld