Robots and Security Future Measures

Robots and Security: Future Measures


Robots and Security: Future Measures

With the rapid development of technology, robots and safety issues about robots have gained importance. The use of robots in accordance with their purposes and the safety of people are the basic elements of the measures to be taken for the future.

Measures to be taken may include:

Robots must be designed and manufactured with safety as a priority. This should be taken into account at every stage, from the design of mechanical parts to electronic systems. The use and control of robots must be done correctly by users. Prepared user manuals must be followed and updated correctly. Authorization and supervision mechanisms for people who can use robots should be audited regularly.

Robots in general collect and process large amounts of user data. This data may contain very important information that needs to be protected, including confidential and proprietary information. For this reason, necessary technical and legal measures should be taken for the data security of robots. Data must be kept secure and confidential and protected against unauthorized access and use.

The use of robots is a costly operation. Therefore, the highest efficiency and effectiveness should be expected during the operation of a robot. This ensures high cost-effectiveness and efficient use of robots.

The vast majority of robots are remotely controlled and communicate with humans. Ensure that communication and control systems are designed and implemented in a safe manner.

It is necessary to plan the working times of the robots regularly and to have a high cost-effectiveness ratio during their working time. In addition, the data recorded by robots must be kept in an accessible and secure manner. For this reason, backup and recovery plans should be made against possible malfunctions or accidents of robots.

Continuous testing and evaluation should be carried out regarding the use and safety of robots. In this way, the performance and reliability of the robots are continuously evaluated and improved.

While planning the use of robots, ethical rules should be determined in terms of human rights and the relations of robots with humans. While determining these rules, the effects of robots on humans and their social consequences should be considered.

Robot technology is developing rapidly and therefore future measures must also be constantly updated. New technologies and practices should be evaluated, including safety and ethical issues.

The future use and safety of robots can be guaranteed by the implementation of these measures.



Frequently Asked Questions

The museum entrance fee is 170 TL at the box office for visitors aged 3 and over, students, teachers and visitors over 65 and 200 TL at the box office for other visitors.
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MuseumPass is not valid in our museum.

For individual visits, you can make a reservation by choosing the day and time on our ticket page. For school groups, it is necessary to make a reservation by contacting the museum at 0212 509 89 20 before the museum visit. In case of a change in the reservation date or if the trip is canceled, we kindly ask you to call Istanbul Robot Museum and inform the relevant person as soon as possible.

The duration of the museum tour varies depending on the group and typically lasts between 45 minutes and 1 hour. If the tour is combined with an event, the duration may be extended depending on the content of the event.

1 teacher is free for 15 students. In order for the museum visit to be the most productive, we recommend that our teachers visit our museum before coming with their students.

In order to visit the museum, you need to buy a ticket again.

We have museum staff to assist you in our museum. You can also benefit from the mobile audio guidance service by scanning the QR codes in our museum from your phone. For group visits of 15 people or more, our museum staff accompany you and provide guidance support.

The name of Android (Humanoid Robot) ADA, developed by AKINROBOTICS, consists of the initials of "Android Developed by Akınrobotics" and is also inspired by the world’s first female software developer Ada Lovelace.

You can take photos in our museum without using flash and without touching the artifacts.

The founder of the Istanbul Robot Museum is Dr. Özgür AKIN, who is also the founder of Akınsoft and Akınrobotics.