Saras Multirobots-Surgery

Saras Multirobots-Surgery is the first step toward the next-generation of surgical robotic systems merging artificial intelligence, computer vision, machine learning and cognitive control for smarter and safer hospitals

Nowadays, during Robotic-Minimally Invasive Surgeries, two surgeons are needed in the operating room:

 

  • the main surgeon, who tele-operates the robotic surgery platform,
  • and the assistant surgeon, who uses laparoscopic instruments to provide support during the procedure.

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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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