Seminar report: Design on Medical Robots and Manipulators
We held a following seminar.
Design on Medical Robots and Manipulators
Prof. Tim C. Lueth
Professor or Micro Technology and Medical Devices
Vice-Dean of Mechanical Engineering, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Almost 30 years have passed since the first attempts (Brian Davies, Russel Taylor, Uwe Voges) to use robots and telemanipulators for medical purposes in the clinic. In the meantime, robots have a solid place in medicine and development continues. The high safety requirements limit the materials and components used for robots as well as the possible control processes. Autonomous decisions can be proposed but cannot be carried out without the approval of the physician. Nevertheless, there is a clear trend away from large machines towards small, minimally invasive assistance systems, and intravascular robotics will also be added shortly. The lecture will show the development of robots towards intravascular systems and which steps have to be taken from development to approval.
2019.06.12 16：45 – 17：45