Fog Cloud Computing and IoT Integration for AI enabled Autonomous Systems in Robotics




Artificial Intelligence, Fog Computing, Internet of Things, Robotics, Cloud Computing


Fog Cloud Computing and the Internet of Things are transforming robotics by empowering AI-enabled autonomous systems. This study analyzes the benefits, drawbacks, and uses of this integration. AI-enabled autonomous robots can use edge computing and cloud resources for real-time data processing and decision-making, improving their performance and adaptability. Communication protocols, data management, security, and scalability are examined in the ecosystem. Case studies reveal how this confluence affects robotics applications. This research shows how FCC, IoT, and AI may improve robotic systems' efficiency, intelligence, and autonomy. The article covers AI-enabled autonomous systems in transportation, manufacturing, healthcare, agriculture, and smart cities. These technologies can improve productivity and safety in many fields, from self-driving automobiles to surgical robots. Integrating these technologies raises safety, ethical decision-making, data privacy, and security concerns. The report emphasizes transparent and ethical AI algorithms, unbiased decision-making, and regulatory frameworks to enable responsible integration and mitigate dangers. In the future, AI-enabled autonomous systems will be shaped by improved AI algorithms, multi-modal sensing, human-robot collaboration, and edge intelligence. It emphasizes the necessity of interdisciplinary collaboration and ethical considerations in responsible technology development. This study concludes with a detailed analysis of fog/cloud computing, IoT, and AI in robotics, revealing the immense promise and problems of AI-enabled autonomous systems. Responsible development and collaboration can help us negotiate this transformational frontier and create a safer, more efficient, and innovative society with AI-driven autonomous systems.



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How to Cite

Kiran Deep Singh and P. Singh, “Fog Cloud Computing and IoT Integration for AI enabled Autonomous Systems in Robotics”, EAI Endorsed Trans AI Robotics, vol. 3, Mar. 2024.