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AI and Blockchain Applications in Industrial Robotics

AI and Blockchain Applications in Industrial Robotics
Author(s)/Editor(s): Rajashekhar C. Biradar (Reva University, India), Geetha D. (Reva University, India), Nikhath Tabassum (Reva University, India), Nayana Hegde (Reva University, India)and Mihai Lazarescu (Politecnico di Torino, Italy)
Copyright: ©2024
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-0659-8
ISBN13: 9798369306598
EISBN13: 9798369306611


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The ever-evolving industrial landscape poses challenges for businesses, particularly in robotics, where performance optimization and data security are paramount. AI and Blockchain Applications in Industrial Robotics, edited by esteemed scholars Mihai Lazarescu, Rajashekhar Biradar, Geetha Devanagavi, Nikhath Tabassum, and Nayana Hegde, presents the transformative potential of combining AI and blockchain technologies to revolutionize the field. This exceptional book provides comprehensive insights into how AI enhances predictive models and pattern recognition, while blockchain ensures secure and immutable data transactions. By synergizing these technologies, businesses can achieve enhanced transparency, trust, and efficiency in their robotic processes. With practical applications, use cases, and real-world examples, the book caters to a wide range of readers, empowering them to embrace the possibilities of AI and blockchain in industrial robotics.

AI and Blockchain Applications in Industrial Robotics equip industries with the tools and understanding to overcome challenges in optimizing performance, ensuring data security, and harnessing emerging technologies. Serving as a beacon of knowledge, this book drives innovation, efficiency, and competitiveness in the industrial sector. Whether for postgraduate students, researchers, industry professionals, undergraduate students, or freelance developers, the book provides valuable insights and practical guidance for implementing AI and blockchain solutions. By embracing the transformative potential of these technologies, industries can unlock new possibilities and propel themselves forward in the ever-advancing world of industrial robotics.

Reviews and Testimonials

The book "AI and Blockchain Applications in Industrial Robotics" explores the correlation between artificial intelligence (AI) and blockchain technologies and their impact on industrial robotics. It covers a range of topics, including improving robotic capabilities, optimizing supply chain management, addressing ethical, legal, and social implications, and identifying future trends and challenges. The book offers insights and guidance on integrating AI and blockchain in industrial robotics. It presents theoretical frameworks and real-world applications, demonstrating how this integration can revolutionize various industries and create new opportunities for businesses. The book is suitable for a wide audience, including students, researchers, industry professionals, and freelancers. It shows how AI and blockchain can provide innovative solutions for security, transparency, efficiency and intelligence.

– Mihai Lazarescu, Politecnico di Torino

The Blockchain technology is a distributed ledger that stores blocks of transactions in a sequential order. Because this data is immutable and it is a shared ledger in digital format, it is nearly impossible to alter, providing greater security and trust. Blockchain can also track the data transaction from its origin, thus making it even more secure to identify any errors in tangible and intangible transactions. Artificial intelligence (AI), on the other hand, excels in predictive models and pattern recognition. The combination of AI and blockchain can be a powerful combination to achieve a faster, trustworthy, transparent and authentic model with greater security and efficiency. These two technologies combined can be applied to Industrial Robotics can help its enhanced performance and security.

– Nayana Hegde, REVA University

Author's/Editor's Biography

Rajashekhar Biradar (Ed.)

Dr. Rajashekhar Biradar serves as Vice Cancellor in the School of Electronics and Communication Engineering at REVA University.

Geetha D. (Ed.)

Dr. Geetha Devanagavi serves as a Professor in the School of Computing and Information Technology at REVA University.

Nikhath Tabassum (Ed.)

Dr. Nikhath Tabassum completed her Ph.D. from REVA University in 2021. She has published in reputed journals and conferences. Her research area includes Wireless Sensor Networks, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

Nayana Hegde (Ed.)

Nayana Hegde did her Bachelors in Electronics and Communication from Karnataka University, India in year 2001 and Masters in Digital Communication and Networking from VTU, India in 2014. She did her PhD in Electronics and Communication and Engineering from REVA University Bangalore, India in year 2022. She is currently Assistant Professor in School of Electronics and Communication Engineering, REVA University Bangalore, India. Before that she worked as Lecturer in Impact College of Engineering Bangalore from 2011-2012. Before that she worked for Infosys Technologies Bangalore from 2003 to 2009. She was Graduate Engineer Trainee at NTTF from 2002-2003. Her area of research is: wireless communication, vehicular network.

Mihai Lazarescu (Ed.)

Mihai T. Lazarescu (M’92) is an Assistant Professor at Politecnico di Torino (Italy), where he also received his Ph.D. in Electronics and Communications in 1998. His industrial experience includes working as a Senior Engineer at Cadence Design Systems and founding several startups. His research interests include the application of machine learning techniques to various domains, such as WSN/IoT platforms, ubiquitous environmental sensing, efficient embedded neural networks, indoor human localization, edge and leaf IoT data processing, and high-level HW/SW co-design and synthesis. He has published more than 60 scientific papers, 4 books and holds several international patents.


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