WEB 2.0 Pharmacy Robots
Keywords:robots, remote control, pharmacy
This paper presents a new generation of pharmacy robots based on micro-servers and web 2.0 technologies. Micro-servers make accessibility and remote configuration of the robot easier, because it does it by native way. This new technology offers a faster, more robust and ecologic service than the classic solutions. A robotic prototype has been built, installed and checked successfully. This fact presents a new paradigm between classic architecture and this new one in the robots control area.
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