As the capabilities of technologies like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have expanded, so have the potential applications for industrial, collaborative and commercial robots.
Robots have already taken on several valuable functions — from filling labour gaps in the manufacturing sector to assisting surgeries in medical settings. With the popularity of these autonomous devices set to grow, we expect to see high investment volumes for robotics projects in the coming years.
However, designing and manufacturing robotics is no simple task. The next generation of robots will consist of increasingly complex electrical systems — especially as printed circuit boards (PCBs) and sensors continue to shrink. Still, due to the precise and often high-risk nature of many robotics applications, every component must perform at the highest level of safety, consistency and efficiency. So, before developing a robotics product of your own, it is crucial to choose an electronics manufacturer that can meet these requirements.