The Internet creates many technological opportunities, one of which is theability to use a standard network infrastructure to control robots from a remote location,on which our paper is based upon. Internet-controlled robots will have valuableapplications in automation and, more futuristically, in space and terrestrial exploration,industries and in home robotics. Much research has focused on using Internetconnectivity to control robots, and Internet robotics can be regarded as the naturalextension of research in remote control.This paper describes an experimental exploration in Internet-based controlof robots. The motivation of this work is that Internet communications can be exploitedto achieve greater productivity from machines with local intelligence. Local intelligentsystems contact human experts to solicit advice when a problem facing the machine is beyond its cognitive capabilities. This topic is explored in the context of a robot performing a sample domestic task (Eg. sorting laundry). An experimental system wasconstructed that has limited autonomous competence, but which proved to besignificantly more productive through the use of occasional Internet-based humansupervision.Building a fully automated, reliable system can be infeasible or cost prohibitive for complex tasks using current technology. Human assistance throughinternet can lower development cost significantly, and the resulting system can begin to be operational and productive sooner than a fully autonomous system. With internetassistance, emerging technologies could be utilized more rapidly, since absolutedependability is not required. Thus, with human assistance through internet control,imperfect technology could be productively deployed in demanding scenarios.Using a PC controller via internet, a web cam and with camera and sensor mounted on a robot the working of it or the complicated situations faced by it at timescan be dealt by the humans with ease through internet from around the world. Iteliminates the need of physical humanSupervision.