Robotics in a nutshell, and major areas of robotics

So, who is a Robotics Engineer?


A robotics engineer is like a full-stack engineer. He should have a good understanding of mechanical engineering, electronics engineering, and computer engineering.

Major areas of Robotics

There are so many related branches in robotics. The list is too long, but I would like to mention some of the important branches of robotics. You may get tons of information from the web if you do a google search about any.

Important branches in robotics

History of Robotics


You may be thinking about why I put the history of robotics as the last topic in this post. The fact is, very few people are interested in going through the historical aspect of robotics. I don’t want to mention more about robot history in this post, but mentioning a few web links to read more about the history of robotics

  1. What is Robotics [Nasa]
  2. Robotics [Webopedia]

Lentin Joseph

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Roboticist | Author of 8 robotics books | TEDx speaker


  1. Hi, I read your essay, and what I really liked about it was that it was helpful and to the point. This helped me learn more about robots. I’d like to read more posts on your website.

  2. Robotics has emerged as a fascinating field that combines engineering, computer science, and artificial intelligence to create intelligent machines capable of performing tasks autonomously or with minimal human intervention. It has revolutionized various industries, from manufacturing and healthcare to space exploration and entertainment.

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