AI’s game-changing potential in life sciences and healthcare
A recent initiative unveiled by the Prime Minister aims to bolster the application of AI in the realm of life sciences to confront some of the most pressing health issues we face today.
How batteries can help telemedicine robots to operate more reliably
On 12th September 2022, health ministers and delegates from the World Health Organisation (WHO) Europe’s 53 Member States adopted a digital health action plan to increase the provision of medical technology, including telemedicine robots.
DigiKey video series spotlights medical technology
DigiKey has launched its new MedTech Beyond video series sponsored by NXP Semiconductors and RECOM Power.
Infineon announces ‘XENSIV Sleep Quality Service’
At OktoberTech Silicon Valley, Infineon Technologies announced the launch of a contactless, privacy-centric sleep quality solution that can be easily integrated into OEM end devices such as bedside lamps, televisions, smart speakers, and air purifiers.
Space: the ultimate holiday destination?
Is it possible that one day, you or I could step onto another planetary body? For decades, space travel has been reserved for the select few.
ODU sets standards for IEC 60601-1 connectors in medical technology
Medical technology plays an increasingly important role in the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of patients, making IEC 60601-1 a cornerstone of the industry.
VxWorks aids surgical robot development
Wind River says that Riverfield is using VxWorks to develop the Saroa Surgical System, a surgical assist robot.
CUI Devices medical buzzers comply with IEC 60601-1-8
CUI Devices has announced that it’s new medical buzzers comply with IEC 60601-1-8 alarm signal requirements.
Riverfield selects VxWorks from Wind River
Wind River has announced that Riverfield is using VxWorks to develop the Saroa Surgical System, a surgical assist robot.
GPT-4 artificial intelligence shows some competence in chemistry
The latest ‘large language model’ artificial intelligence system, GPT-4, could aid chemistry researchers, but limitations reveal the need for improvements.