Short news briefs to keep you informed of goings-on in the world of robotics, drones, and more.
Robotic simulators help train medical students face real-life scenarios without endangering patients.
Less bulky system able to allow users with limited mobility to expend less energy when walking and running.
California hospital to use Auris Health Monarch Platform for detection and treatment of lung cancer.
New robot systems encourage engagement with patients and keep doctors and caregivers updated.
Combined software and robotic system helps doctors identify problems more effectively.
Medical robotics firm teams with Louisiana center to conduct feasibility study.
However, U.S. and U.K. trust in technology is lower than in other parts of the world.
An overview of the latest nanobot and nanotechnology advances driving innovations in healthcare and medicine, including new challenges.
First deployment aims to provide multiple procedures via robotic system.
As part of CEATEC exhibit, new robot will allow people to experience teleoperation experiences.
Max 2 automates the labeling, filling, and capping of pharmacy vials.
Partnership with Texas Medical Center innovation center shows desire to automate non-surgical tasks within hospitals.
Therapy animal helps seniors with dementia reduce symptoms and reliance on psychotropic medicine.
Social intelligence and mobile manipulation features help workers with hospital tasks.
New applications and robots that continue to shape vertical industries.
EksoNR helps patients with strokes or other conditions to learn to walk again.
Deal for precision vascular robotics company expected to close in Q4 2019.
Innovator and educator to discuss advanced manufacturing and the democratization of robotics at October event.
Developed with Johns Hopkins University, EksoUE device provides patients with wider range of motion.
Collaborative robots to assist medical laboratory staff with automating repetitive tasks.
Recent robotics awards have been given out for innovation in piece picking, UV disinfection of hospital spaces, and agricultural product packing.
Robotics and AI development continues to support doctors, nurses and hospitals with automating tasks and assisting in patient care.
Multiple procedures and specialties could be served by single-port access.
Nicholson Center expands to train growing number of global medical professionals in surgical innovations.