Robotics MCQs

Robotics MCQs

Answer these 600+ Robotics MCQs and assess your grip on the subject of Robotics.
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1: What is the name for space inside which a robot unit operates?

A.   Spatial base

B.   Environment

C.   Exclusion zone

D.   Work envelope

2: What is the name for information sent from robot sensors to robot controllers?

A.   Signal

B.   Feedback

C.   Pressure

D.   None of the Above

3: Robotics is a branch of AI, which is composed of .........................

A.   Computer Science

B.   Civil Engineering

C.   Mechanical Engineering

D.   Electrical Engineering

4: Which of the following terms is not one of the five basic parts of a robot?

A.   Drive

B.   Controller

C.   End effectors

D.   Peripheral tools

5: Which of the following places would be least likely to include operational robots?

A.   Factories

B.   Hospitals

C.   Private homes

D.   None of the above

6: Decision support programs are designed to help managers make ......................

A.   Vacation schedules

B.   Visual presentations

C.   Budget projections

D.   Business decisions

7: Which of the following is not application of Robotics?

A.   Hills

B.   Medicine

C.   Military

D.   Industries

8: One of the leading American Robotics Centers is the robotics institute located at ....................

A.   SRI

B.   MIT

C.   CMU

D.   None of the Above

9: Sensor based servoing associate with ...............

A.   Robot pose

B.   Robat path

C.   Robot action

D.   Robot position

10: Which of the following “laws” is Asimov’s first and most important law of robotics?

A.   Robots must make business a greater profit

B.   Robots must follow the directions given by humans

C.   Robots must never take actions harmful to humans

D.   None of the above

11: Which of the following branch is not a parts of robotics?

A.   Computer Science

B.   Electrical Engineering

C.   Mechanical Engineering

D.   Chemical Engineering

12: The robot that repeats the same motions according to recorded information is called ..................

A.   Playback Robot

B.   Fixed Sequence Robot

C.   Variable sequence robot

D.   None of the above

13: Which of the following is a type of Robotics Perception?

A.   Path related

B.   Map related

C.   Edge related

D.   None of the above

14: What is AGV in manufacturing?

A.   Automated guided Vehical

B.   Automated grid Van

C.   Automatic guided Vehical

D.   None of the above

15: Robotics is an interdisciplinary branch of computer science and engineering

A.   True

B.   False

16: ABSO Data adjusts the indicated value of zero when the robot is at the HOME position, what's its name?

A.   Data Adjuster

B.   Auto-Sensor

C.   None of these choices are correct

D.   A Robot

E.   Absolute Data

17: What does ABSO Data do?

A.   Checks to see if the robot has exited its predetermined Home

B.   Retrieves and records a random digit from a telephone keypad

C.   Displays the signal strength of a particular frequency band

D.   Establishes an indicated value of zero when the robot is at the predetermined Home

E.   Generates and displays a map of the building

18: What value does ABSO Data set to zero?

A.   Money

B.   Business

C.   Home

D.   Weight

E.   Age

19: What is the measurement of the deviation between the command characteristic and the attained characteristic?

A.   Accuracy

B.   Mean time to failure

C.   Defects

D.   Efficiency

E.   Effectiveness

20: Accuracy is a measurement of what?

A.   The efficiency of the weapon

B.   The accuracy of the weapon

C.   The deviation between the command characteristic and the attained characteristic

D.   The deviation between the predicted characteristic and the attained characteristic

21: What is an active compliant robot?

A.   A robot with an on-board sensor that monitors its environment and modifies its motion accordingly

B.   One in which motion modification during the performance of a task is initiated by the control system

C.   One in which motion is fixed during the performance of a task

D.   One that responds to external stimuli

E.   A robot that can be instructed to move in a particular way

22: What is the actual position of a control point?

A.   The dimension

B.   The position or location

C.   The control point's orientation

D.   The function

E.   The position of the control point

23: The actual position is not the demand position because of what?

A.   Marginal cost

B.   Marginal cost pricing

C.   Unsensed errors

D.   Marginal revenue

E.   Firm's sunk costs

24: The actuator responds to what?

A.   A command

B.   A power supply

C.   A signal

D.   A pressure wave

25: A power mechanism used to effect motion, or maintain position of the robot, the actuator responds to a signal from what system?

A.   Navigation system

B.   ECS

C.   Steering system

D.   Motor

E.   Control system

26: What is used to effect motion or maintain position of the robot?

A.   Battery

B.   Wire

C.   Actuator

D.   Motor

27: What does the arm itself not include?

A.   Rotating joint

B.   Focal point

C.   Motor

D.   End-effector

28: What is the term for a manipulator with an arm that is broken into sections?

A.   Cadaver Arm

B.   Limbless Manipulator

C.   Articulated Manipulator

D.   Partial Arm

29: An articulated manipulator allows what type of motion?

A.   Rotation only

B.   Translation and rotary motion

C.   Rotation and translation

30: What is used to describe a jointed device?

A.   Muscle

B.   Cartilage

C.   Articulation

D.   Bone

31: What is a device that articulates?

A.   Jointed manipulator

B.   Leg

C.   Hopper

D.   Arm

32: What type of articulation allows a robot to reach into confined spaces?

A.   Jointed

B.   Springloaded

C.   Twisting

D.   Vibrating

E.   Articulated

33: What is a good example of a manufacturer using an assembly robot?

A.   Automobiles

B.   Pharmaceuticals

C.   Pharmaceutical manufacturing

D.   Assembly line production

E.   Car assembly

34: What is an alternative to a CAD model?

A.   Automatic Measurement Function

B.   Computer Aided Manufacturing

C.   Computer Aided Design

D.   Geometric Model

E.   Wireframe

35: What can the end-effector properties be derived from?

A.   The tool's mass

B.   A CAD model of the tool

C.   The material properties of the tool

D.   The geometry of the tool

E.   The geometry of the workpiece

36: What is the ISO code for Axis A?

A.   8370

B.   8373

C.   8365

D.   8364

E.   8376

37: What direction specifies the motion of the robot in a linear or rotary mode?

A.   Axis A

B.   Direction of travel

C.   Axis B

D.   Axis C

38: As used in this standard, what type of mode does the A direction specify?

A.   Linear or rotary with constant speed

B.   Balanced or unbalanced

C.   Linear or rotary

D.   Single-ended or differential

E.   Linear or circular

39: What kind of signal does the Axis Interference Area output?

A.   A signal that warns the operator when they are getting too close to an object

B.   A signal that indicates the direction of travel

C.   A signal based on whether the current position is within a predefined range

D.   A signal that can be turned off

E.   A warning signal for when the power to the station is about to expire

40: What is the base of an industrial robotic arm?

A.   The arm

B.   The robotic arm

C.   The robot arm

D.   The stable platform

E.   The robot

41: To what are industrial robotic arm are most often attached?

A.   Stable platform

B.   Manufacturing line

C.   Machine

D.   Tool

42: What is the Base Coordinate System sometimes referred to as?

A.   NAD 83

B.   UTM Zone 12

C.   Polar Coordinate System

D.   Cartesian Coordinate System

E.   World Coordinate System

43: What does the Base Coordinate System define in a cell or application?

A.   The origin of a coordinate system

B.   The coordinate space

C.   A common reference point

D.   A cell's size

E.   A coordinate space

44: What does the Base Coordinate System do?

A.   Allows for easy navigation

B.   Allows for easy comparison of maps

C.   Assigns a coordinate to every point in the world

D.   Defines the shape of Earth

E.   Defines a common reference point

45: What does the base structure of a robot arm support?

A.   First joint

B.   Second joint

C.   Third joint

46: What are the stationary base structures of robotic arms?

A.   Base Link

B.   Base

C.   Controller

D.   Battery Box

E.   Control Link

47: What is the base structure of a robot arm?

A.   The shaft that transfers power to the robot arm

B.   The human body

C.   The rotating base structure of a robot arm

D.   The robotic arm

E.   The stationary base structure of a robot arm

48: What is the process of operating all components of the robot over an extended period of time?

A.   Burn-in

B.   Shutdown

C.   Calibration

D.   Calibrate

E.   Reprogramming

49: For what purpose is the burn-in test performed?

A.   To test movement and movement programming

B.   To verify the output quality of a display

C.   To check for compatibility with the user's environment

D.   To ensure proper function of the monitor

E.   To test the readability of a text

50: What type of application is Computer Aided Design?

A.   Assembly language applications


C.   Database applications

D.   Computer graphic applications

E.   Product design applications