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Internet of Robotic Things: Current Technologies, Applications, Challenges and Future Directions

  title={Internet of Robotic Things: Current Technologies, Applications, Challenges and Future Directions},
  author={David Villa and Xinchao Song and Matthew Heim and Liangshe Li},
Nowadays, the Internet of Things (IoT) concept is gaining more and more notoriety bringing the number of connected devices to reach the order of billion units. Its smart technology is influencing the research and developments of advanced solutions in many areas. This paper focuses on the merger between the IoT and robotics named the Internet of Robotic Things (IoRT). Allowing robotic systems to communicate over the internet at a minimal cost is an important technological opportunity. Robots can… 

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