The applications of these two kinds of collaborative robotics are the primary distinction. The use of robots would be categorized as "industrial robots" in industrial settings. Industrial robots are used in devices that contain embedded systems for precise cutting, lifting heavy objects, and other heavy-duty tasks. Unless reprogrammed, industrial robots are limited in their ability to perform a variety of tasks because of their specific function and drawbacks of embedded systems. However, this quality improves the precision and accuracy of the tasks carried out to the nearest millimeter by embedde system. Autonomous robots, in contrast to industrial robots, are early adopters of human-adaptability, such as the capacity to transport goods and raw materials in complex warehouse layouts.

Service robots, in contrast to industrial robots, are able to provide embedded system advantages and function both at home and in the commercial service sector. These robots can be used to serve customers in restaurants, shopping malls, the healthcare industry, and even the military. To put it another way, you can think of all the commercial robots as service robots and provide embedded system benefits. These robots change to meet the application's needs and changing operating environments.

Industrial robots have many embedded systems advantages and have been around for a long time, without a doubt. The industry's acceptance of these robots has also significantly increased, not only in terms of technology. The industry cannot function without these robots, which are among its essential components due to embedded systems benefits.
Service robots are still in the early stages of development. Its utility is limited to test runs due to its trivial design and operability, and their acceptance in the service industry has not yet gained much traction. Additionally, this kind of robot and embedded sysyems requires a higher level of service delivery that neither robots nor our industries are prepared for. How comfortable would you be in a restaurant with a robot serving you? We don't think much, at least not at first. It will take a while.
The robots will also be able to map new environments thanks to more recent technologies like 3D integration, artificial intelligence, and vision-related technology. Most importantly, it will make it possible for the robot and embeddedsystem to see changes to its path in real time using Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) sensors to avoid obstacles. A service robot can only truly move between restaurant hallways, hospital hallways, and office corridors in this way.