Originally aired October 23, 2018
From diagnostics to the operating room to rehabilitation, medical robotics help surgeons perform delicate, complex procedures with accuracy, flexibility and reliability. When medical robotics are used, patients recover faster with less pain and fewer complications. However, medical robotic applications, such as surgical robotics systems, rehabilitation robotics systems, pharmacy robotics systems, and laboratory robotic systems are extremely complex. Behind this complexity lies an architecture comprised of multiple components that must work together seamlessly. Additionally, the system must analyze and act on terabytes of accurate, real-time data with zero fault tolerance.\
This webinar will present a recommended data-centric architecture for medical robotics systems. Attendees will learn how to use off-the-shelf technology to lower costs, shorten development time and meet the needs of a fast-growing, yet rapidly changing market.
Please join RTI’s Healthcare/Medical market development director, David Niewolny, as he takes a deeper dive into the Medical Robotics market. He will discuss the opportunity ahead, key market segments, technology drivers and introduce some of the common challenges in developing these complex robotic applications. David will discuss why a data-centric-connectivity architecture like Data Distribution Service (DDS) is the ideal connectivity framework for developing next-generation medical robotics. Attendees will learn how to leverage Connext DDS to provide data between all robotic sub-systems, allowing them to work as a single integrated solution – reliably, securely and in real time.
If you are an R&D executive, an embedded engineer, a program manager or consultant that works in the medical robotics space, join this webinar to learn about the benefits of using a data-centric approach to connected healthcare for medical robotics.
David Niewolny, Director, Healthcare Market, Real-Time Innovations, Inc. (RTI)