A surgical robot with cognitive functions

SARAS will develop a cognitive architecture able to make decisions based on pre-operative knowledge and on scene understanding via advanced machine learning algorithms.

Training Data Collection – Assistant surgeon’s master console.

Dexterity and perception capabilities of surgical robots may soon be improved by cognitive functions that can support surgeons in decision making and performance monitoring, and enhance the impact of automation within the operating rooms.

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HSMR 2019: the gallery and challenge!

The Hamlyn Symposium

  • World-leading medical, research, industry & academic experts
  • Leaders’ Forum on technology application in clinical practice

The Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics (HSMR) provides an annual forum for surgeons and engineers from across the globe, to network and explore the latest developments in medical robotics.

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Workshop “Next Generation Surgery” – ICRA 2019″

Next Generation Surgery: Seamless integration of Robotics, Machine Learning and Knowledge Representation within the operating rooms

ICRA 2019 – May 24, 2019 – Montreal, Canada

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The use of surgical robots has -beyond doubt- led to advances and improvements in surgery. The next significant forward leap is expected with the introduction of intelligent systems that can operate autonomously, or semi-autonomously in cooperation with the surgeons. In this quest of intelligence, growing synergies from diverse scientific branches have emerged.

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PROJECT MEETING M15 – München in March 12-13, 2019

The 2nd SARAS’ Project Meeting held at Medineering GmbH at München in Germany on the 12th and 13th March it was the occasion to exchange and analyze information on the current progress of the project.

On the 1st day we discussed about the Status of SARAS, the  MULTI-ROBOT platformAction recognition and Future Event Prediction and 3D model.

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