Robot use is becoming increasingly practical, which means that such machinery is being increasingly employed – and AI can only make robotics better, as Giacomo Lee finds out.
Healthcare-focused investment firm the Ally Bridge Group has led three separate funding rounds totalling over $150m into medtech companies with a significant role to play in the Covid-19 pandemic. Verdict Medical Devices takes a closer...
Automated processes can bring benefits for both patients and staff if implemented in the right way and for the right reasons. Natalie Healey talks to East Suffolk and North Essex Foundation Trust chief technology officer,...
Smart manufacturing company Bright Machines has announced it will enable no-cost automation for up to a year for the manufacturing of medical devices essential to the treatment of Covid-19.
Altair Medical’s RESPMETER wearable biosensor device has been awarded Breakthrough Device status by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in an effort to tackle the global opioid epidemic.
Abbott and Insulet are partnering to integrate Abbott’s blood glucose sensing technology with Insulet’s Omnipod Horizon automated insulin delivery (AID) system.
UK-based virtual reality (VR) therapy company Oxford VR has announced the completion of a $12.5m Series A funding round led by Optum Ventures and supported by Luminous Ventures.