Using the latest technology, the da Vinci Surgical System allows surgeons to perform complex and delicate operations through a small number of tiny incisions with increased precision, vision, control and dexterity.
Assistive Innovations aims at supplying assistive technology to help people with limited hand or arm functions. The company provides effective and reliable products like arm supports, robotic arms as well as rehabilitation equipment.
Being part of the UMCG Hospital in Groningen, Beatrixoord aims at building the future of health. Beatrixoord is also involved in robotics projects that could lead to new developments in the rehabilitation area.
CSi is a Dutch company specializing in integrated handling systems, from advice to production and installation. It is known for its robotic palletizing systems and packaging systems.
Delft Biorobotics Laboratory aims at developing safe, efficient and novel robotic systems with biology related applications and/or biologically inspired designs, such as robotic arms that can be used for rehabilitation and bipedal walking machines.
HSU may be one of California's smallest universities, but it has a long and respected academic history. The school's Computer Science department has an Internet Teaching Laboratory, the ITL, where students learn about computer and network security as…
Founded in 1947, the MOBA Group invented the first machine that could automatically grade and pack eggs. It aims at keep innovating and making the egg process completely automated at the lowest possible costs.
Taiwan’s first robot capable of scaling walls was developed in part by NKFUST’s College of Engineering’s Mechanical and Automation Engineering. This award-winning robot can eventually be put into actual use, replacing humans to clean the windows of tall…
Being a leading Dutch hospital, the Sint Maartens clinic specializes in the treatment of diseases related to posture and movement. The clinic invests in the development of robotic equipment that can help in the rehabilitation of posture and movement disorders.
The Sofie robotics project at the Dutch Eindhoven University focuses on building a robotic arm system for surgery. Unlike previous robotic arms, Sofie has haptic feedback. The surgeon can actually feel the pressure that Sofie is providing to the patient.