The term omni-robotics is very seldom used as part of our terminology speech. We have a tendency to classify our robots by manufacturer and number of axes, or more appropriately, degrees of freedom (DoF). Some of us still define a robot by the early concept—a robot is a machine that handles the three Ds: Dull, Dirty, and Dangerous.
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