In this episode of IntuitiveTalks, Tony Jarc, Sr. Director of Digital & Machine Learning at Intuitive, walks us through the evolving landscape of surgical robotics.
CMR Surgical announced today that it raised a funding round worth $165 million (£133 million) and hit a milestone with its surgical robot.
Diligent Robotics plans to use the funding to fuel system-wide expansions of its Moxi robot across hospitals nationwide.
Virtual Incision announced that it added a $30 million extension to its previous $46 million Series C financing round.
The latest evolution of the Maestro System focuses on manufacturing scalability, together with increased capability and has simplified both usability and training.
Vicarious Surgical Inc. announced it has signed a strategic development agreement with Intermountain Health, a U.S. healthcare system.
German Bionic’s Apogee+ aims to merge cutting-edge robots with research-backed, data-driven insights to better support caregivers.
Mendaera recently completed the research for its robotic system and is now focused on completing deployment and obtaining FDA clearance.
Asensus Surgical announced its second-quarter financial results and shared an update on its Luna surgical robot platform.
According to data reports from the pilot program with NYSOFA, ElliQ was able to reduce loneliness by 95% in older adults using the platform.
Researchers at EPFL have developed a robotic system that allows surgeons to control two robotic arms using haptic foot interfaces.
The soft robots are formed from rubbery magnetic spirals and can be programmed to walk, crawl, and swim in response to a magnetic field.
The Moon Surgical Maestro robotic surgery system faces some stiff competition — and the device developer plans to use that to its advantage.
The program provides healthcare startups with the opportunity to compete for a chance to join a world-class accelerator program.
The redesigned Relay2 delivers twice the cargo capacity of earlier models while maintaining Relay’s sleek design.
Titan Medical recently announced it entered into a licensing agreement with Intuitive Surgical and that the company’s CEO is resigning.
Noah Medical’s Galaxy System was used for the first time in the US at the University of Chicago Medicine by Dr. Kyle Hogarth.
Moon Surgical announced today that it raised $55.4 million and appointed a surgical robotics veteran as the chair of its board.
Robotics Summit & Expo attendees will hear pitches from the seven healthcare robotics startups.
The Galaxy surgical robot features advanced imaging technologies that provide real-time location updates for potentially cancerous lesions.
Alphatec announced that it acquired all assets related to the REMI robotic navigation system from Fusion Robotics.
Noah Medical plans to use the funding to meet the rising demand for its Galaxy System, a system for navigated robotic bronchoscopy.