Flux Robotics’ enables surgeons to be at the forefront of their field. Their robotic tools can be utilized by clinicians in order to improve their surgical dexterity, shorten intervention durations, and result in higher positioning accuracy of disposable instruments inside the human body.
- Mission Statement: to expedite and advance patient care by integrating easy-to-understand medical technology within conventional operating rooms.
- Vision: is to accelerate healthcare’s transition to affordable and accessible surgical robots.
Flux Robotics started as a prototype, called the ARMM system (Advanced Robotics for Magnetic Manipulation). Since its emergence in 2017, the ARMM system has fostered a growing group within the Surgical Robotics Laboratory (SRL) that encompasses medical practitioners and researchers from biomedical engineering, technical medicine, and robotics. Owing to these individuals, developments have occurred in a vast range of areas. These include robotic control, surgical procedures, magnetic actuation theory, phantom fabrication, US image processing, user interfacing, and medical product development. Research in these areas extends our knowledge of the potential for surgical robots and magnetic systems. More studies are destined to follow to promote and develop these exciting areas of medical technology.