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Johns Hopkins University utilizes ATI Industrial Automation's Sensors

Nano43 Force/Torque Sensor used in new haptic microsurgery device

Apex, NC,  三月 26, 2007
 

F-T Steady Hand System Web2.jpgJohns Hopkins University has developed an intuitive control system for microsurgery applications. The original Steady Hand System uses ATI Industrial Automation's Nano17 Sensor to sense the highly trained hand movements of a surgeon so that a computer can translate these motions into scaled down robotic motions. This combination of human motion translated into accurate robot microscale movement is precise enough to allow surgeons to inject a microneedle into a minuscule blood vessel in the human eye. ATI developed the custom Nano43 Sensor specifically for a new version of this application. The full article can be viewed here.

More information on our Force/Torque Sensors can be found here.



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