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## Robot as a Service and its visual programming environment

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Robot as a Service (RaaS) is a cloud-computing unit that facilitates the seamless integration of robots and embedded devices into Web and cloud-computing environments. The RaaS concepts can be applied to different types of IoT applications, including cyber-physical systems, autonomous decentralized systems, serverless computing systems, and Internet of Intelligent Things. This section presents the design and implementations of a number of RaaS units, as well as a Visual IoT/ Robotics Programming Environment that can visually program RaaS units through a drag-and-drop style. Multiple physical robots and simulated robots are implemented. The platform independence was ensured through a standard interface defined in a JavaScript Object Notation object. The development and testing of several sample applications is shown.

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• Abstract
• 8.1 Introduction
• 8.2 System overview
• 8.3 VIPLE: Visual IoT/Robotics Programming Environment
• 8.4 RaaS design and implementation in different platforms
• 8.5 Robotics application development
• 8.6 Conclusions
• Acknowledgments
• References

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