Robotic arm supports patient’s arm as they sit in a chair and play a video game with a joystick.
Robot News Roundup takes a thumbnail look at some of Japan’s latest products, top technology and best ideas.
Croatian researchers introduce Robot Rene to observe and diagnose autism in young children.
Healthcare robots could be treated in the same way as any other manufactured product.
System will use a robot designed to work within the bore of an MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scanner.
The device is programmed to recognize a target on a cell surface; its drug payload secured within anchor strands of DNA
The new MH3BM is built to cash in on a multi-billion dollar biomedical automation market
Custom-designed exoskeleton enables her to conquer greatly limited joint mobility and underdeveloped muscles.
Automating the art of neuroscience and the accuracy of human vision, scientists at Georgia Tech are readying robotic research for commercial transfer
Can we harness artificial intelligence and robotics to compensate or do better what humans cannot do because of the ?limited intelligence? of the human brain?
Will the disabled pave the way for open cyborg enhancement?
Instead Technologies brings its stroke rehabilitation technology to the hospitals of Europe and Latin America
Stanford’s Ryan Calo reveals how the robotics industry can protect itself from liability cases involving personal robots
By actively involving the users, Henry and Jane Evans, in our participatory design process, we have made tangible progress towards assistive capabilities that are both useful and usable.
Corindus’ CorPath 200 system is ready for the US market, with a 100% clinical success rate and 97.1% reduction in radiation exposure
RIA Reports Best Quarter Ever For Industrial Robot Sales
Robotics technology has evolved from providing limited medical care to offering a broad range of functions including patient rehabilitation and surgical procedures with more efficacy and competence.
Health Robotics today announced FY2011 audited financial results, delivering record levels of revenues, gross margins, EBITDA, and profits, while concurrently weathering the economic world crisis.
Health Robotics replaces former supplier Arabian Health Care Supply company with Hospital Automation Technology
Using a robotic arm guided by a cell-detecting computer algorithm, the team has discovered a way to identify and record neurons in the living mouse brain with better accuracy and speed than a human experimenter, according to MIT News.
Studies show that humanoid robots can act as peers and help give autistic children the social skills they need.
The MIT Enterprise Forum took up the quest to examine this new era in medical care, to provide a few answers to some of the biggest questions and to forecast a way forward during its Innovation Series Event: Robotics in Healthcare: Solutions for the Hospital. MIT Stata Center, 32 Vassar Street, Cambridge, MA.
Notwithstanding, with government approval taking three to five years, if not longer, getting a medical robot to market remains a challenge. Succeeding in the market once you get there is yet another matter. Medical robots remain extremely big investments for hospitals, with prices of $1 million to $2 million not uncommon for advanced systems.
Hanson Robokind has been on a mission to make a robot that is as human-like as possible, including the use of a patented type of skin known as ?frubber,? so that the robot?s face duplicates skin and muscle movement and creates realistic facial expressions. The idea, says CEO Fred Margolin, is to build a robot…
Children diagnosed with autism and attention issues, and even those who suffer from abuse and behavioral disorders, could benefit from the nonthreatening, nonjudgmental interactions they experience with robots.