Surgical robotics has the potential to revolutionize every medical procedure. However, as each medical technique is highly specialized, robotic systems must be adapted to each procedure very specifically. This leaves several medical markets wide open for robotics innovation.
In this session, Dennis Moses, Vice President of Engineering at Neocis, will describe how producers of medical robotics systems can innovate to maximize clinical value and enter untapped markets. Using the development of Neocis’ Yomi dental surgical system as a guide, he will detail methods for collaborating with medical and technical professionals to gain an understanding of clinical challenges, and how to produce technical solutions that specifically address them. He will also comment on design factors must be weighed, including the choice of autonomous vs semi-autonomous vs tele-operated, cost considerations, size of the working environment, accuracy requirements, and more.