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Robotics is the science and practice of designing, manufacturing and applying robots and other machines that perform tasks with limited guidance from humans.
It includes technologies such as advanced robotics, autonomous systems operation, drones, swarming and collaborative robots, advanced imaging and sensors, satellites and positioning, advanced aerospace, and nuclear technologies.
These technologies can be applied for a variety of purposes across a broad range of industries, including surveying and mapping, airline and maritime navigation, public and workforce safety, manufacturing, agriculture, transport and logistics, autonomous military applications, exploring other planets, and much more.
Autonomous systems are forecast to deliver around $19 trillion in economic value globally between 2020 and 2030, and have the potential to increase Australia’s workforce productivity by up to 50 per cent.
The UniSA STEM academic unit also have a quadruped robot – Clive – which is helping to advance research in augmented and virtual reality.
Established by local farmer Jordy Kitschke, Flux Robotics brings new technologies to address challenges in farming.
A joint initiative of Flinders University and BAE Systems Australia located at Tonsley Innovation District, has a Boston Dynamics dog, which is trained to be able to access tight spaces humans would struggle to access.
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