November 5, 2009

Web Operated Robots | Tech

Using a new Software Protocol called the interoperable telesurgical protocol, nine research teams from universities and research institutes around the world recently collaborated on the first successful demonstration of multiple biomedical robots operated from different locations in the United States

 Europe, and Asia.
In a 24-hour peroid, each participating group connected over the internet to control robots at different locations. The tests performed demonstrated how a wide variety of robots and controller designs can seamlessly interoperate, allowing researcher to easily and more efficiently work together. In addition, the demonstration evaluated the feasibility of robotic manipulation from multiple sites and measured time and performance for evaluating laparscopic surgical skills
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