Continuing on our pursuit to develop an intelligent, robotic medical platform to assist in spinal surgeries and procedures, we’re collaborating with Ceit and CUN (Clínica Universidad de Navarra) in the MIRAIA (Monitorization of Intelligent Robots through Artificial Intelligence) project. Ceit is a renowned technology non-profit founded by the University of Navarra in 1982, which specializes in industrial research projects in collaboration with various research and development departments and CUN, founded over 55 years ago and considered a top 100 hospital in the world. In this instance, Cyber Surgery is teaming up with Ceit and CUN in a project specifically dedicated to the advancement of the technology that powers our robot, to make it more aware of its environment and learn to perform new tasks, with the incorporation of artificial intelligence.
MIRAIA Turns Operating Rooms Into Smart Spaces
Through advanced machine learning and AI-driven robot control systems, MIRAIA develops robots that can learn new tasks, thus making them more efficient and productive. Its user-friendly interface allows operators to easily program and control robots. Working with MIRAIA will help us enhance our robot’s performance and usability, enabling us to continue pushing the boundaries of medical robotics and be pioneers in the field of spinal surgeries, through the implementation of our device to make operating rooms smart spaces.