Technological interventions remain vital in deciding the next gen therapeutics journey. In recent years, robotics has amalgamated as an integral component of medical science which renders medical practitioners with absolute precision, eliminating all scope of human error.
With robotics in place, and the use of medical devices and instruments in surgical operations, healthcare delivery and therapeutics aims to get duly improved, promising recovery outcome and sustained patient satisfaction.
Factors such as sub-optimal vision and tremors which make surgical operations less precise continue to challenge cent per cent surgical success. Robotics aims to eliminate such persistent challenges, elevating healthcare and surgical outcome to the next higher level.
Robotics is based on the functional ability to place image guiding devices right at the target area to lend precision to complex surgical operations, with the enablement of safe medical outcome at reduced resource consumption.
Besides healthcare, robotics is gaining fast track adoption rates in multi-industry discipline, encouraging robotics market veterans to brainstorm op notch sophistication. IN recent times, Mass Robotics and Festo have entered into a business collaboration whereby, MassRobotics would be supported by Festo in terms of financial aid to harness mission critical robots.
Besides offering diverse stakeholders with ample growth opportunities, the next project of MassRobotics is centered around developing an ambitious ventilator project based on robotics technology to readily offer affordable ventilators designed with precision.
In the words of Festo VP, Alfons Riek, the partnership will culminate in Festo's fortification in the robotics realm, with the dual forces of MassRobotics robotics technology and Festo's manufacturing excellence and automation expertise.
The development is crucial in reckoning steady adoption spike of robotics based healthcare. Additionally, the development is also likely to improve Festo’s longstanding business objective to attain breakthroughs in healthcare robotics.
Additionally, the partnership is likely to mark the dynamic possibilities of automated manufacturing which will mark successful evolution of MassRobotics and other similar start-ups gauging seamless market penetration.
As part of future development endeavors, Festo is anticipated to continue its long term investments and commercial collaborations with R&D wing of academia and institutions, eying relentless advancement in automation and robotics as a whole.