Our friends at FUTEK have released a technical article on The challenges-in-designing-and-manufacturing-sensors-for-robotic-surgery
Over the past few decades, the technological advancement and financial investment in minimally invasive surgical technology has grown at an incredibly rapid pace.
In this technical article on Haptic Sensors you will discover:
- Firstly, the obstacles of designing a sensor for intra-abdominal force measurement
- Secondly, the many gains and losses of minimally invasive robotic surgery
- Also the necessary in-house manufacturing capabilities needed to successfully produce haptic sensors for robotic surgery
A Haptic Sensor recreates the sense of touch by measuring and applying forces, vibrations or motions to the patient using a tactile sensor.
To learn more about the autoclavable miniature haptic sensor and its 9 Medical fields and 24+ applications, click here.
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About FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology
FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology, Inc. is an innovative leader in the design and manufacture of sensors and test and measurement instruments. Firstly, the Sensor range that FUTEK specialises in includes: load cells, torque sensors, pressure sensors, multi-axis sensors, and related instruments and software
Secondly, founded in 1985. FUTEK provides Aerospace and Defence, Pharmaceutical and Medical, Engineering, Research and Manufacturing markets. With in-house customisation, engineering, integration, calibration, product life-cycle planning, warranty, and support services.
In addition, FUTEK’s product quality and in-house support is brilliant. All products manufactured at the company’s Irvine, California USA factory; facility certified to ISO 9001:2015 & ISO 17025 accredited quality management standards.
Finally, Metromatics proudly back up the FUTEK product range. With local knowledge, service and support to our customers in Australia and New Zealand.