RSS

robotics

A new robotic surgery system has been unveiled by a UK medtech company with the hope of improving access for patients needing minimally invasive surgery in the NHS. more

Technology

A new robotic system has been designed to give manufacturers a range of flexibility on assembly lines, whilst also boosting plant productivity. more

Technology

Reece Armstrong looks at how medical manufacturing has reacted to Industry 4.0 and where the sector sees robots and automation having the most impact. more

Opinion

Jon Blaze, Jonathan Lee Contract Recruitment, explores how the use of specialised contractors can help businesses implement Industry 4.0. more

Opinion

2018-04-26_Clinical_Use_Medineering_Robotic_Endoscopy_Mattheis.jpg

© 2018 Medineering GmbH

Munich-based surgical robotics startup Medineering has announced that an endoscopic robot developed by the group has now been put to clinical use. more

Devices

Jeremy Russell, OR Productivity, surgical robot expert, pinpoints where the challenges and opportunities are in the surgical robot market more

Opinion

The benefits that robotic systems can bring to medical device manufacturing are well-known. Lu Rahman looks at some successful installations and some of the future developments ahead. more

Opinion

Claude Bernard, Sepro Group, answers questions about robots and automation for cleanroom molding. more

News

A spin-off company is hoping to develop robotic exoskeletons that can improve the quality of life for patients in need of improved mobility. more

News

Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH) has become the latest health organisation in the US to have a Renishaw neuromate stereotactic robot installed more

Devices

GE Healthcare has opened a 3D printing lab designed to speed up the launch of new products for the healthcare industry. more

News

Lu Rahman looks at the new wave of robotics. Soft and pliable these new devices take their inspiration from nature offering great potential for healthcare. Are we about to witness a new group of very useful and compliant, flexible friends? more

News

Researchers are developing a wearable robotic system for minimally invasive surgery, that will offer surgeons natural and dexterous movement as well as the ability to ‘sense’, ‘see’, control and safely navigate through the surgical environment. more

Technology

Neil Gallant, managing director of Neutronic Technologies gives his thoughts on what the future of robotics and automation beholds for the engineering and manufacturing industry. more

Opinion

At this year’s MD&M East, co-founder of Apple Steve Wozniak will take to the stage to deliver the show’s keynote event. more

News

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation has become the UK’s first NHS hospital to use a cutting-edge robot to help improve complex brain surgery. more

News

Tegra Medical explains how the installation of Universal Robots had doubled production and enabled the company to keep up with customer demand more

News

At Medica 2016, Axilum Robotics, a spin-off company of medical robotics research group ICube, has announced its latest product to help patients living with chronic pain and other conditions. more

Technology

Recent research has predicted that one in three jobs will be automated using robotics or software by 2025. Graham Mackrell, Harmonic Drive UK, looks at the future of robotics and the role they will continue to play. more

News

Scientists from Durham University, the University of Aberdeen and the Academia Sinica in Taiwan have concluded that a certain protein plays a role in detecting movement. more

Devices