Cyber Physical Systems (CPSs) are more and more often embedded within objects used by human beings in their daily lives. However, more and more frequent is also their application in the medical robotic context, and even in robotic surgery. In fact, robots often assist surgeons during the surgical procedures, allowing them to perform even major surgeries that are definitely less invasive than the traditional methods. Thus, in this paper we highlight the relevance of the application of these systems in the robotic surgery context, and present the design methodology for a collaborative robotic cyber physical system for surgery applications aimed at reducing the vulnerability of robotic surgery systems.

A collaborative robotic cyber physical system for surgery applications

Persia F.
2017

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Cyber Physical Systems (CPSs) are more and more often embedded within objects used by human beings in their daily lives. However, more and more frequent is also their application in the medical robotic context, and even in robotic surgery. In fact, robots often assist surgeons during the surgical procedures, allowing them to perform even major surgeries that are definitely less invasive than the traditional methods. Thus, in this paper we highlight the relevance of the application of these systems in the robotic surgery context, and present the design methodology for a collaborative robotic cyber physical system for surgery applications aimed at reducing the vulnerability of robotic surgery systems.
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