This blog post is our 51st post on the Motors and Robots are Fun website. I would like to take a moment to thank all of you for following this blog. 444 more words
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Emerging competitors are gearing up to challenge the dominance of Intuitive Surgical’s Da Vinci Surgical System and other established players in the field of robotic-assisted surgery by offering mobility, affordability, and technological advantages. 76 more words
Imagine your child requires a life-saving operation. You enter the hospital and are confronted with a stark choice.
Do you take the traditional path with human medical staff, including doctors and nurses, where long-term trials have shown a 90% chance that they will save your child’s life? 78 more words
Humanoid Robots: the maxon motor solution.
In Part 2 of our 6 part series, we take a closer look at Humanoid Robots. Across the many and varied robotics applications be they humanoid, surgical, UAV, collaborative or industrial robots, maxon motor offers motor and drive solutions. 179 more words
February in Brighton means the Brighton Science Festival which runs from 2-28th, and this year the University of Sussex is taking part in lots of interesting activities, from debates and talks to hands on workshops. 210 more words
Paralyzed from the waist down after a BMX accident, Steven Sanchez rolled into SuitX’s Berkeley, California, office in a wheelchair. A half-hour later he was standing and walking thanks to the Phoenix—a robotic exoskeleton now available for around $40,000. 86 more words
Collaborative Robotics: the maxon motor solution.
Across the many and varied robotics applications be they surgical, UAV, humanoid, collaborative or industrial robots, maxon motor Australia offers motor and drive solutions. 173 more words