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What is the future use-cases of robotic engineers?

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Rebecca’s Answer

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I can give you advice on behalf of the medical device field specifically. The field of surgical robotics is expected to grow much faster than traditional laparoscopy in the coming years due to the benefits including: ergonomic improvements, allowing less skilled surgeons to perform difficult procedures, possibility for remote surgery, etc. This is an exciting field that will require engineers skilled in robotics.
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Mark’s Answer

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I believe there is a very bright future for robotics engineers as our society begins to incorporate more and more automation into practice. There will be a strong influx of technology into this space, specifically wireless technology as 5G ushers in the 4th industrial revolution. Manufacturing will change drastically in a positive way where robotics will play a major role in the production taking place in factories and warehouses, and 5G technology will help make all of this possible. This will make it very important for our us to have robotics engineers available in the work force to help create, build and maintain these types of environments.

This type of technological advancement in robotics will touch many other industries outside of manufacturing as well. For example healthcare will also incorporate this type of technology for sure.

Mark recommends the following next steps:

  • Continue on your path of robotics engineering from an education perspective
  • Learn as much as you can on how technology, specifically wireless and 5G will transform the work place and society
Thanks a lot!!😊 Karthik N. Translate
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Vikash Raja Samuel’s Answer

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Think anything that is dangerous for humans, is repetitive, has a fixed sequence of steps to reach the goal or could be taught with an array of examples, all of these are jobs that will be automated and given to robots in the future. Eg: Food Delivery, Warehouse Operations, Driving in a controlled environment, Lab Testing, Manufacturing pipelines etc
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Rebecca’s Answer

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I can give you advice on behalf of the medical device field specifically. The field of surgical robotics is expected to grow much faster than traditional laparoscopy in the coming years due to the benefits including: ergonomic improvements, allowing less skilled surgeons to perform difficult procedures, possibility for remote surgery, etc. This is an exciting field that will require engineers skilled in robotics.
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Dipen’s Answer

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Robotic surgery is a new trend in medical device industry and will have a bright future. Many medical companies are moving towards investing in robotic surgery. Robotics, Mechatronics is gaining a lot of attention.


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Syed’s Answer

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Hi Karthik,

I think in light of coronavirus, we’re going to see even more need for robotics in healthcare. Putting millions of healthcare workers at risk again during the next outbreak is a difficult thing to ask. It will be critical to have sophisticated robots that can take care of patients under the supervision of a handful of experts.

Now on the flip side that will run the risk of putting a lot of talented, kind and smart people out of work who also tend to have a lot of student loan debt. At least a handful of these people can be hired as experts by robotics companies both pre- and post-production. There’s no easy solution, unfortunately.
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Lotan’s Answer

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As my fellows wrote ,only today there are more then 9 million robots around the world.
There are robots for every industry ,there is a technological trend called robotic process automation that involves software robots doing operational ,finance,service repepetive tasks and also some using a.i technology.
So it will grow exponentially in the next years to come.
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Rebecca’s Answer

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Machine learning is becoming more and more prevalent in robotics, so I would imagine it would be a cross-team effort with engineers and data scientists.
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